Dead Zones Current Affairs, GK & News
The Low oxygen areas in the world’s oceans or large lakes where no aquatic life is supported are known as Dead Zones. So, the Dead Zones are formed due to low Oxygen or Hypoxia. As per the first Global Environment Outlook Year Book (2003), there are 146 dead zones in the world’s oceans where marine ..
The United Nations recently released the Second World Ocean Assessment report. It is the work of hundreds of scientists appointed by the members of United Nations from all over the world. It follows the initial report, “World Ocean Assessment I” published in 2015. Key Findings of the report The number of dead zones in the ..