What will happen to the majestic mystery of the ocean depths unless we take action now?

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From the majestic kelp forests of Monterey Bay to a magical night on a coral reef; from the storm-tossed waters of the mighty North Pacific to the crystal blue of the Mediterranean Sea: the last episode of our series explores some of the most stunning underwater locations in the world as we set sail on a scientific race - a race to predict the fate of the global ocean. Over the past 200 years, human beings have poured more than 2 trillion metric tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. And as The Changing Sea vividly illustrates, carbon dioxide isn't just changing the climate on land. It's transforming the ocean in ways that haven't been seen for millions of years. So is mass extinction the inevitable fate of the future sea? In the waters near a still-active Mediterranean volcano, the concluding episode of this stunning and timely documentary series shows us what the future ocean may look like, if we don't take action now. Written by Hope Nicholson

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25 March 2010 (Canada)  »

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