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I use satellites to study the color of the oceans and protect marine life - Marina Levy

SDG 14

Season 1, episode 38
3 min / Published

Phytoplankton are important for the climate and for life in the ocean. They are fascinating microscopic organisms, invisible to the naked eye, but visible from space. If the quantity of phytoplankton were to decrease, this would lead to a depletion in all the ocean's resources and its capacity to capture carbon dioxide, one of the causes of the greenhouse effect.Phytoplankton are important for the climate and for life in the ocean.

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