Rafting on a Tragedy

Rafting on a Tragedy

Life is truly one big experiment. Take, for example, the devastating 2011 Japanese tsunami. It is an unprecedented event which is allowing invasion ecologists to study a phenomenon that is not very well understood and rarely observed. Rafting is the process whereby organisms float from one place to another on an object over a body of water; to many organisms, Japanese tsunami debris is nothing more than 1.5 million tons of rafting material.

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The Solution to Pollution is NOT Dilution

The Solution to Pollution is NOT Dilution

Whoever coined the ORIGINAL saying was seriously mistaken.

 

One might think because the ocean seems endless, it doesn’t matter how much you dump into it. It’s easy to suspect that it will be diluted and magically disappear…
WRONG.

 

Learn more about what water pollution is, where it goes, and what we should really be doing to solving the problem. 

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