Ocean 'Deserts' Becoming More Lifeless

Ocean "deserts" -- where tiny amounts of life subsist on a scant trickle of nutrients -- have gotten more extreme in the last 10 years, according to a new study.
Despite widespread uncertainty among scientists, these vast stretches of barren sea could affect the marine food chain, and ultimately impact global fish stocks.

Read full article by Michael Reilly on Discovery News



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