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Humans are changing ocean ecosystems in fundamental and surprising ways




Humans are changing the ‘landscape of fear’ in oceans in many more ways that previously thought, and the effects of these changes can ripple through ocean ecosystems in a wide variety of surprising ways, research by Dr Elizabeth Madin from the Department of Biological Sciences and colleagues from Simon Fraser University, Canada and the University of California and Florida International University in the United States has found.




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Humans are changing ocean ecosystems in fundamental and surprising ways

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