World Ocean Assessment, Part 1

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    In January of 2016 the UN General Assembly accepted a 1,752 page report entitled "The First Global Integrated Marine Assessment: World Ocean Assessment 1." In this episode of World Ocean Radio, host Peter Neill begins to dive into the massive ocean document and explain its contents, first by outlining its ten basic themes and subsets of issues and challenges.

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< "The First Global Integrated Marine Assessment:
     World Ocean Assessment 1" | UN.org

 

Themes: Science & Research