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Oceans: How the IAEA is Contributing
Nuclear techniques are also used to understand and support better management of the marine environment. Nuclear techniques are used to monitor and assess effects of climate change on the oceans, and to validate global climate models and ocean circulation models.
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An Ocean of Knowledge:
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  On the Watch for a Silent Killer in El Salvador (Video):
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Sustainable Development of Coastal Waters:
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  Understanding Ocean Pollution (Video):
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Detecting a Killer Toxin:
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  Tracing Pollution of the Past (Video):
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PDFs
  RBA for Red Tide Control: A Field Update (Video):
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Reducing the effects of harmful algal blooms in El Salvador:
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  Protecting the Seas from an Invisible Killer: HABS, also Known as Red Tides (photo essay):
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Strengthening the national environmental monitoring system in the marine ecosystem in Guatemala:
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  Reducing the effects of Harmful Algal Blooms in El Salvador (Photo essay):
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Assessing radioactivity in the Gulf of Aqaba, Jordan:
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