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    The Antarctic krill new predators

    Ecology, Economy5 chapters

    The Antarctic krill is the largest biomass on earth. For most of the animals living on the white continent, krill is a key prey item. But for the past five years, new hunters have appeared. A dozen of factory fishing vessels travel to the far side of the planet to quietly capture what could become one day a gold mine.

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    The end of the Great Barrier Reef ?

    Ecology, Economy3 chapters

    The Great Barrier Reef in Australia is known as one of the greatest natural wonders on Earth. Nonetheless, the reef has been for the past decade under series of environmental, touristic, industrial and commercial aggressions that threaten its existence. OCEAN71 Magazine has decided to investigate in order to understand what would justify to talk one day about the Great Barrier Reef in past tense.

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    Fear over Arcachon Bay

    Ecology, Economy4 chapters

    Every summer, the oysters’ consumption in Arcachon bay is threatened by the presence of a micro-seaweed, revealed by biological and chemical tests. The oyster farmers accuse theses analysis of not being entirely accurate. The real reason would be a much more dangerous pollution situation, mostly linked to human activities.