Oceans are the lifeblood of planet Earth and humankind. They flow over nearly
three-quarters of our planet, and hold 97% of the planet's water. They produce ...
study the ocean, and the instruments used for research. The first lesson will focus
on the importance of the ocean. Why is the ocean important to every individual ...
Jul 25, 2012 ... Oceans are the cradle of life, contributing fundamentally to the Earth's functioning
through their sheer size, productivity, biomass and diversity!
Oceans remove carbon from the air, regulate the Earth's climate, provide food,
provide jobs and provide oxygen. Oceans are the most valuable shared natural ...
Because the oceans are the largest ecosystems on Earth, they are the Earth's
largest life support systems. To survive and prosper, we all need healthy oceans.
The ocean is important to life on Earth because of the role it plays in both the
hydrologic cycle and the carbon cycle. The hydrologic cycle, also known as the ...
Jan 4, 2013 ... How the oceans sustain life, are part of the water cycle, and moderate climate.
Aug 7, 2016 ... How the oceans sustain life, are part of the water cycle and moderate climate.
The ocean is vast, covering 140 million square miles, some 72 per cent of the ... It
has thus been hailed as the most important international achievement since ...
Covering 72 percent of the Earth and supplying half its oxygen, the ocean is our
planet's life support system—and it's in danger. Watch this video to learn why a ...