Earth from Space: Japan in bloom
The Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission, takes us over the algal blooms swirling around the Pacific Ocean, just off the coast of Japan, in this edition of the Earth from Space programme.
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Oregon rivers are being hammered because of cannabis/hemp growing. The nutrient runoff and water extraction is going to spell disaster.
That is beautiful!
Very interesting, i was not aware about the relation between phytoplankton and CO2
Well, if algae bloom is a reaction to nutrients and CO2 then they are the ones who regulate, aren't they? Why call it harmful then? It's rather healing. Wouldn't that be the adequate interpretation?