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Researchers of the University of Washington are have a dispute that both ocean scientists and world leaders should pay more attention to how communities of the world are experiencing and adapting to changes in the world's oceans . I agree with this because of changes in the world’s ocean could have great impact on the communities around .
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Less visible, but perhaps more indelible, signs of changing climate lie in the oceans. A University of Washington researcher argues in the journal Science that people -- including the world leaders who will gather later this month in Paris for the latest round of climate change negotiations -- should pay more attention to how climate change's impacts on ocean and coastal environments affect societies around the globe. "When people see headlines on big science findings that the oceans are acidifying, or sea levels are rising, they feel a sense of helplessness in the face of inexorable change," said lead author and UW professor of marine and environmental affairs Edward Allison. "Yet there are many things that people can, and indeed are already, doing." The review paper, published Nov. 13, looks at scientific understanding of changes to the world's oceans
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  • Fall '15
  • Ingles
  • Climate Change, Arctic Ocean, climate change negotiations, Edward Allison

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