2. Mexico City Bans Dolphin Shows
3. Largest Ever Dead Zone Found in Gulf of Mexico
4. Marine Sanctuaries and Monuments – Open Call for Public Comment
5. Arctic Iceberg is Troubling for Sea Level Rise
Researchers are more worried about the iceberg the size of 3 Manhattans that broke off of an Arctic glacier than the Delaware-sized iceberg that broke off of Antarctica recently. “You could call it the canary in the coal mine. If that big glacier there is changing quickly, and it is, it’s a worrying sign for what’s happening in the rest of Greenland.” Land-based glaciers of Greenland are responsible for global sea-level rise. The Petermann glacier is 10 percent of the Greenland ice sheet and it alone melting could raise sea levels by one foot.
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