Marine Phytoplankton

Marine Phytoplankton: The Secret Life of Phytoplankton – by Tierney Thys

Marine Phytoplankton: The Secret Life of Phytoplankton – by Tierney Thys

 

David Gallo: The deep oceans: a ribbon of life

I wanted to share this video with you too, and ask, with marine phytoplankton what else is waiting for us to discover?

With vibrant video clips captured by submarines, David Gallo takes us to some of Earth’s darkest, most violent, toxic and beautiful habitats, the valleys and volcanic ridges of the oceans’ depths, where life is bizarre, resilient and shockingly abundant.

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Marine Phytoplankton

I Love nutrition from the Sea…Like Jacques Cousteau said “The future of Nutrition is found in the ocean”.

Come be a part of our Organic Lifestyle community!!! =)

Greg Lunger

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UMAC Core#1I Love nutrition from the Sea…Like Jacques Cousteau said “The future of Nutrition is found in the ocean”. I LOVE Marine Phytoplankton, it is an Awesome Superfood! You can get some Marine Phytoplankton made by Tom Harper here!

MARINE PHYTOPLANKTON: Algae ~ The World’s Most Important Plants

Marine Phytoplankton

MARINE PHYTOPLANKTON: Algae ~ The World’s Most Important Plants

Believe it or not, your life depends on algae! Join Scripps’ Institution’s Russell Chapman as he discusses the important roles algae have played in the development of life as we know it. Series: “Perspectives on Ocean Science” [12/2006] [Science] [Show ID: 11931]

Global Environmental Climate and Marine Phytoplankton Interrelationship

Studies from satellite data over a period of 10 years have documented and shown for the first time that Global arming is Devastating to the long-term survival of Marine Life which endangers the planetary oxygen supply and primary production of sea plankton populations. All of the world’s oceans could become affected by the reduction of microscopic plants and marine phytoplankton. In contrast whenever global climate average temperatures are on the rise the marine plant life subsequently increases. Ocean color is being used as a gauge to record ocean temperatures by NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. Green oceans with colder sea surface temperatures represent a higher level of phytoplankton plant activity as contrasted to lower productivity of marine phytoplankton in warmer blue seas. Increased efforts are Being conducted in regional ecological modeling to better understand the marine algae physiological ecology and carbon cycling’s relationship to climate change and ocean productivity which has a direct relationship to the density of chlorophyll. For a short period in the late 1990′s during strong El Nino periods the plant growth in the oceans was high but for the last seven years warming has increased. The world marine phytoplankton biomass is consumed and recycled every few days which makes it easier to detect than biomass on land. The catalyst causing this new phenomenon is rising carbon dioxide in levels that overwhelm marine phytoplankton. In the atmosphere as carbon dioxide rises the climate warms and marine phytoplankton production goes down reducing ocean plants carbon dioxide uptake. Due to CO2 increases in the atmosphere the ocean acidity also increases causing unexpected consequences on marine production of dimethyl sulfide or DMS and leading to three times the normal ocean acidity level in ocean surface waters. The link between marine phytoplankton ecosystems and increasing ocean acidity could be key to better understanding future health of marine organisms.

Why Marine Phytoplankton

Marine Phytoplankton contains almost every element you need for sustaining life: Contains nine essential AMINO ACIDS: Essential FATTY ACIDS including Omega 3 & 6; Vitamins A,B,C,D; Macro and trace minerals are contained in phytoplankton all in a balanced natural bioavailable form. Marine Phytoplankton Resources and Studies.

Marine Phytoplankton

Marine Phytoplankton

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I Love nutrition from the Sea…Like Jacques Cousteau said “The future of Nutrition is found in the ocean”.

Come be a part of our Organic Lifestyle community!!! =)

Greg Lunger

562-305-5497

UMAC Core#1I Love nutrition from the Sea…Like Jacques Cousteau said “The future of Nutrition is found in the ocean”. I LOVE Marine Phytoplankton, it is an Awesome Superfood! You can get some Marine Phytoplankton made by Tom Harper here!

MARINE PHYTOPLANKTON: What is Marine Phytoplankton #2

Marine Phytoplankton

MARINE PHYTOPLANKTON: What is Marine Phytoplankton #2

 

 

 

The diversity of microalgae: marine phytoplankton (diatoms are illustrated).
Generic names: Thalassiosira, Ditylum, Odontella, Coscinodiscus, Stephanopyxis, Actinoptychus, Eucampia, Lithodesmium, Mediopyxis, Gonioceros, Asterionellopsis
and Polykrikos (motile, Dinophyta)

Marine Phytoplankton

Marine Phytoplankton is a supercharged, ocean-based micro algae that is raw, live, and thus enzyme active. It contains every known mineral and all amino acids that our bodies need for optimum health. Phytoplankton is the original source of Omega 3?s and is more powerful than any fish/flax oil you can find. Scientist and researcher Jacques Cousteau was the first to crack this code when he said that the future of the nutrition was in the ocean. Marine Phytoplankton is in fact at the very bottom of the entire worlds food chain.

What is marine algae…Marine Phytoplankton? The surfaces of the sea are full of microscopic marine phytoplankton one cell drifting plants which convert energy from the sun and the elements extracted from the water into precious substances necessary for life.  This wondrous natural reaction is known as photosynthesis and the diverse group of marine phytoplankton organisms are collectively known as micro algae algae.  The Euphotic Zone upper sunlit layers of the ocean supports all marine PHYTOPLANKTON plant primary producers in the marine food web including the coccolithophores and the dinoflagellates in addition to the cyanobacteria. However, the most well known of the algae phytoplankton and the largest contributor to the food web are the unicellular diatoms which inhabit nutrient-rich cold waters such as in British Columbia, Canada.  One characteristic they all have in common is that they convert nutrients and CO2 into carbohydrates using solar energy accounting for nearly 95% of the ocean’s primary production of oceanic marine phytoplankton biomass. Marine Phytoplankton are bio diverse organisms varying in shape and size in the field of marine organisms.  Sea Marine Phytoplankton have been an important part of our ocean health for millions and millions of years and have changed life as we know it. Marine microalgae create the majority of the oxygen in our atmosphere and when they’re spent they form the sediments at the ocean bottom. Though amazingly small individual cells their vast amounts greatly influence the world’s climate. Plankton Research continues on a global basis gathering plankton data to monitor marine life and the overall health of the oceans.  Sometimes referred to as “Mother Earth’s Milk” Marine Phytoplankton is now available for all mankind to benefit from in a natural Marine Phytoplankton formulation. There is good reason why biologists study these simple marine organisms and ultimately are focused upon solving the earths human medical problems by studying simple sea creatures.

More Reports on Marine Phytoplankton and FreqeunSea

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Marine Phytoplankton

I Love nutrition from the Sea…Like Jacques Cousteau said “The future of Nutrition is found in the ocean”.

Come be a part of our Organic Lifestyle community!!! =)

Greg Lunger

562-305-5497

UMAC Core#1I Love nutrition from the Sea…Like Jacques Cousteau said “The future of Nutrition is found in the ocean”. I LOVE Marine Phytoplankton, it is an Awesome Superfood! You can get some Marine Phytoplankton made by Tom Harper here!