Primitive species are taking over the world’s oceans
Wednesday, August 16, 2006
Primitive species like algae, bacteria and jellyfish are not only thriving but spreading across the world's oceans. What kind of impact does this have on other ocean life? Host Tom Fudge speaks with experts about the change taking place in the oceans.
- Kenneth Weiss , a reporter for the Los Angeles Times. He was the lead writer on a five-part series titled " Altered Oceans ," including an online multimedia feature.
- Jeremy B.C. Jackson , a marine ecologist and paleontologist at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UCSD.
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