Infographic shows the increasing number of coastal and ocean dead zones from the 1960s, when there were 65 dead zones, through 2010 when there were 640 dead zones.
Data is from “Managing ocean environments ina changing climate: sustainabilitiy and economic perspectives” (Noone, Keven J., Ussif Rashid Sumaila, and Robert J. Diaz).
Graphic originally published on the Quick Trip to 7.6 Billion wall chart.
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Comparison graphs of three coral reefs' shrinking size over recent 30 year period.
As the instructor reads a historic story, students add and extract items from a model ocean based on real-world events.
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