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Featured Off-Site Content
World Ocean Review 7
The Ocean, Guarantor of Life
Sustainable Use, Effective Protection
German/Deutsch: Lebensgarant Ozean - nachhaltig nutzen, wirksam schützen
Maribus gGmbH, 2021
Each volume of the World Ocean Review is peer-reviewed and has the volume, format and production value of a textbook.
PDFs are available for free download as well.
About World Ocean Review 7
"> The seventh edition of the »World Ocean Review« focuses on the effects of climate change on the physics of the ocean and
on its biotic communities; the consequences of fishing, shipping, resource extraction, energy production, and marine
pollution; and the questions of how active substances from the ocean can be used and how the ocean can be managed in the
future in such a way that both its protection and the participation of as many people as possible in its services and goods
are ensured." *
About World Ocean Review
Living with the seas - World Ocean Review: "Vast and inaccessible, the oceans are difficult to
comprehend and are rarely at the centre of our attention. Nor do they have advocates or lobbyists. This is quite remarkable,
since the oceans crucially determine our climate and are an increasingly important source of our food. In order to raise
public awareness of the interrelationships in marine science and thereby contribute to a more effective protection of the
seas, mareverlag founded the non-profit company maribus in 2008. Maribus's mission is to boost awareness of the oceans; it
pursues no commercial interests. The "World Ocean Review" is a unique compilation presenting the state of our oceans and
encapsulating cutting-edge science. It was made possible by the cooperation of various partners." **