Marine census will monitor health of the oceans


If you have ever looked out to sea and wished you could see the full miscellany of life swimming in its depths, you are not alone. Marine scientists have long wished for a clear picture of the movements and lifestyle of ocean species. Now researchers are planning a global project to tag numerous important marine species. The Ocean Tracking Network will cover 14 ocean regions, including most of the Atlantic and Pacific. The project should provide insights into how climate change is affecting marine ecosystems and migration, and help conservation efforts. It will also assist in the management of fisheries,
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