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11/12/2020
https://pacificsun.com/marin-artist-follows-rising-tides-with-aquatic-sculptures/Yes

​Dr. Jeff Downing​, a professor of Fine Arts at San Francisco State University, created a display of aquatic markers at MarinMOCA in Novato for the exhibit, “Level Up! A Sculptural View of Sea Level Rise.” ​These sculptures will display the impacts and effects of sea-level rise on communities. 

  
11/9/2020
https://www.today.com/video/why-are-shark-attacks-on-the-rise-worldwide-94289989728?playlist=mmlsnnd_todayarchiveswednesdayYes

​Dr. Chris Lowe, a professor in marine biology and director of the Shark Lab at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB)​, interviews on the ​Today's Show talking about why shark attacks are on the rise. Most shark attacks are not fatal and are often a result of the shark hunting fish close to the shores. ​
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11/5/2020
https://www.nsf.gov/discoveries/disc_summ.jsp?cntn_id=301502Yes

​Intertidal species on Swan's Island in the Gulf of Maine have been declining rapidly due to climate change. Dr. Steve Dudgeon​, CSU Northridge, is tracking these changes in mussels, barnacles and snails. 

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