Science Olympios 2016 is back on the air in the United States and Canada this week with a special panel of science experts discussing the topics of climate change, biodiversity, and the future of the oceans.
Here’s what we know so far:1.
Climate change and biodiversity: The panelists discuss the importance of the climate change-biodiversity balance of the world’s oceans and how that is affecting marine ecosystems.
They also address the future threats of climate variability, coral bleaching, ocean acidification, and pollution.
The panelists also discuss the threat of climate disruptions from natural variability and global warming.
This is the first time that scientists are participating in a global forum on ocean issues.2.
Climate disruption from natural fluctuations: This panel is also concerned with the threats of natural fluctuations in the oceans, which could disrupt coral reefs and ecosystems.
These natural fluctuations can be caused by natural phenomena, human activities, and climate change.
Scientists are currently studying how to reduce these natural fluctuations and mitigate the consequences of climate disruption.3.
Climate variability and coral bleachers: This is a discussion about how coral reefs are affected by climate change and the impact that bleaching and acidification are having on coral reefs around the world.
There are different types of bleaching that are affecting coral reefs worldwide, including in the southern hemisphere.
Coral reefs are vulnerable to the effects of climate and coral reefs can’t regenerate if bleaching continues.4.
Climate and biodiversity as drivers of global CO2 emissions: This discussion is about the influence of the changing climate on CO2.
These impacts are causing significant economic losses.
The panelist is concerned about CO2’s potential to worsen ocean warming and coral reef bleaching.5.
Climate disruptions from ocean acidifying: This talk focuses on the impacts of ocean acidified conditions, including coral bleached reefs and the impacts that acidification can have on ocean ecosystems.
The issue is becoming increasingly important as coral reefs have decreased in size due to acidification.6.
The future of ocean ecosystems: This topic focuses on how the oceans will cope with the impact of climate changes.
Ocean acidification has the potential to have a devastating impact on ocean species, marine life, and marine ecosystems, and this is one of the most pressing challenges facing the oceans today.7.
The role of biodiversity in climate change mitigation: This question-and-answer session is focused on how to better address the threat from biodiversity loss from climate change by using biodiversity as a resource in mitigation efforts.
This discussion focuses on understanding how biodiversity is used to make ecosystems more resilient to climate change impacts.8.
The impacts of climate extremes: This event is designed to provide a discussion on the impact climate extremes have on human health and well-being, as well as the threats posed by climate extremes.
This topic is also being discussed at the International Congress on Climate and the Environment (ICCE) in London, England this month.9.
The effects of sea level rise on marine ecosystems: Sea level rise is a significant issue that impacts marine ecosystems worldwide, particularly in the North Atlantic.
This panel discusses the risks posed by rising sea levels and what the effects are on coral reef and other marine species.10.
Climate challenges for the next 20 years: This session focuses on some of the challenges we face in the next decade as we face a warming planet and increasing risks from climate disruption, pollution, and other factors.