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We can see the effects of the climate crisis in many different ways here on land. But the oceans are also part of the interconnected, global system. So, here are a few ways that climate change affects our oceanic buddies.

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Links to Original Episodes and Sources:
The Little Lobster That Reveals Climate

A Story of Wrong-Way Migration, Caused By Climate Change

Whale Poop Helps Cool Our Planet

Can Seaweed Save the World?

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  • @SciShow
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  • @jeteagle1457
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    Climate change may be real man-made climate change.Is a hoax to control the masses

  • @linjiangli4858
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    《Wrong-way migrations of benthic species driven by ocean warming and larval transport》,this is the work of my advisor

  • @void9837
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    The earth recycles every year: Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall. The rain, snow, wind and regeneration of the forests happens supernaturally. The Sun remains the light of the day and the Moon is the light of the night. Humans manufacture oxygen for space travel, healthcare and scuba diving so we don't need trees to provide oxygen or clean the air. We have the resources to clean up the pollution, recycle plastic, recycle paper and recycle steele, but we need to improve the management of our government. The Ozone layer is proven to replenish itself automatically. God will create a new heaven and a new earth when the scriptures are fulfilled first. Isaiah 65;17, Luke 24:44

  • @tobyihli9470
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    Those red crabs look just like crawfish. I’m from Louisiana, I know what I’m talking about. Hmmm, I wander, about maybe boiling up a batch! If they taste anything at all like crawfish, we may be onto something there! Maybe a new item for beach tourism! Yum!

  • @chilidog2469
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    I wont be surprised if in the far future humans go extinct because we don’t look after what keeps us alive

  • @tobyihli9470
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    I love seaweed! I like those dried sheets they sell everywhere in Hawaii.
    I saw a video where sea urchin divers were leaving thousands upon thousands of the unwanted purple varieties to overrun the kelp beds, starving the preferred red variety. They should be hired to haul all those destructive urchins to shore to be destroyed. Duh! So simple, but hey, when have we ever seen man do the simply easy good thing?

  • @tobyihli9470
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    Very informative, thank you!

  • @falcorthewonderdog2758
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    There's no climate crisis. Climate Change only exists on TV. It's the biggest mass brainwashing of people in world history

  • @annesvlogs4763
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    Seaweed chips, seaweed salad, seaweed sushi bowl, etc. You can make other things with seaweed other than just sushi

  • @dougbrunson5208
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    In, say, the USA, would it make sense for people who live inland to use seaweed in their diets and agriculture? Like surely the transportation costs away from the coasts would offset the benefits

  • @zebulonstevens305
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    The survivors will become a new species. This whole situation is awful, but a new species, that's pretty cool.

  • @maureensurdez7841
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    Writer who wrote “they are pushing around the—- and stealing their lunch money”. 🎉

  • @pumpkinspicelatte6461
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    It’s Asia and foreign countries that kill so many whales and other animals because they have no laws to protect from poachers.

  • @changowowowoezzy9617
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    Pronounce miaz right. It's sounds like mice

  • @KhaiFirst
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    than sea plankton love ship release human poop.. but they complaint is bad environment?! is okay whale doing it?

  • @fv6125
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    El Niño = The Boy; La Niña = The Girl

  • @shosha101390
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    I remember seeing all the crabs in the montery bay! it was crazy, the seagulls and seals ate so many of them that their waste was red at times

  • @Sparkyminor
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    Engagement engagement engagement

  • @nickisnyder3450
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    The second angel poured out his bowl on the sea, and it turned into blood like that of a dead man, and every living thing in the sea died. -Revelation 16 1
    I thought of this when the scientist was describing the red alge bloom

  • @ceraphi717
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    i'd really love to see more of the climate discussion shift to these active methods of trapping carbon and installing new agricultural practices over the old arguments of "use less fossil fuels" because at a certain point, just cutting emissions isn't going to save the planet anymore and it's urgently important not to give up on trying

  • @5688gamble
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    If you have the space and the climate- grow your own food, instead of a big lawn- you have fruits, vegetables, herbs, medicinal plants, flowers, etc. You save money by producing your own food and you can minimize the impact of transporting and storing the food, plus it's way more satisfying than mowing and fertilizing a do-nothing patch of grass.

  • @stevendorries
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    Isn’t a lobster with its tail tucked under the carapace a crab?

  • @karlajvh5697
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    it would be really amazing if as part of this same conversation you would also talk about how overfishing and discarded fishing gear are negatively affecting the climate and polluting our oceans 🙂

  • @caroljo420
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    I hate the taste of seaweed…. I wish I didn't, but it gags me.

  • @derekhoagland7100
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    Let's crop dust iron across the southern oceans. 🤣

  • @xelthiavice4276
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    jesus is all you do is Climate vids now…

  • @leandro8162
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jBv7NEryntg We should try to make some change for the sake of posterity.

  • @JoeSmith-jd5zg
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    LOOK, there's no such thing as a "'climate activist' nor a "climate 'alarmist,'" THEY ARE ALL CLIMATE TERRORISTS.

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