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Sea chase: PH assures Vietnam of fair inquiry
The Philippines on Monday assured Vietnam it will conduct a fair and thorough investigation into the deaths of two Vietnamese fishermen during a sea chase involving the Philippine Navy off the coast of Pangasinan on Saturday. ...
- September 26, 2017
Chinese boats off Pag-asa 'meant to take control of West PH Sea'
Hundreds of Chinese vessels that has been circling Pag-asa Island in the West Philippine Sea are part of intimidation tactics meant to give Beijing control of the strategic waterway, an analyst warned Sunday. The Philippine ...
- April 1, 2019
Ocean heat hits record high - UN
Ocean heat hit a record high in 2018, the United Nations said Thursday, raising urgent new concerns about the threat global warming is posing to marine life. In its latest State of the Climate overview, the World Meteorological ...
- March 30, 2019
‘Super corals’ give glimmer of hope for world’s dying reefs
Hawaiian “super corals” that have recovered despite living in warm and acidic water offer a glimmer of hope that dying reefs across the world could be saved, a new study says. The research suggests that the gloomiest climate ...
- May 16, 2019
Over-fished species go into evolutionary overdrive: study
Relentless commercial fishing can trigger rapid evolutionary changes when only smaller, younger fish are left behind, a study released Wednesday shows. Moreover, those changes among fish populations -- a desperate bid to ...
- April 18, 2008
New Australian fish death
Thousands more fish have died in a key river system in drought-hit eastern Australia just weeks after up to a million were killed, authorities and locals said Monday, sparking fears an ecological disaster is unfolding. ...
- January 29, 2019