The algae that plagues the world’s oceans is a massive threat to humans and our environment.
But how do we know it’s there?
Here’s a look at what you need read before heading out into the ocean.
The Facts The algae is a plankton, which means it is composed of an organic material that contains dissolved organic matter.
It is a single cell, with a single nucleus, and it is comprised of about 20 to 100 amino acids.
It can live in a variety of environments, and is known to colonize the ocean floor and fish.
Scientists have long known that the algae lives in large numbers in the open ocean, but until recently it was thought that the vast majority of the oceanic biomass was concentrated in the shallow waters off the coast of southern California.
The latest results, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, show that the algal biomass is largely concentrated in shallow waters, with most of the biomass concentrated in deep waters, the study authors say.
It was previously thought that about 30 percent of the algaes biomass was found in shallow water, and that the rest of the plankton biomass was contained in deep water.
However, these new results suggest that about 80 percent of algal mass is in shallow-water, and the rest is concentrated in deeper water.
What the researchers found is that the biomass is concentrated at depths of 2,000 meters, which is roughly the depth of the deepest lakes.
The deep water in this region is also home to large amounts of fish, marine mammals, and fish that feed on plankton and algae.
That makes it an ideal habitat for the algeas biomass, according to the researchers.
The researchers found that about 25 percent of plankton mass was found at depths up to 500 meters, while the rest was concentrated at 3,000-4,000 metres.
That’s because deep water also has a lot of oxygen.
So what does this mean for our oceans?
The algae has the ability to consume a wide range of nutrients and nutrients in a way that allows it to survive in these environments, which in turn allows it, in turn, to expand and reproduce.
“This is what makes this such a powerful ecosystem in which algal organisms can thrive,” study co-author Michael J. Langer, a marine biologist at the University of California, Santa Barbara, told the Associated Press.
“The algal community is also very sensitive to ocean conditions, including temperature and pH, and as such they will respond to these conditions with changes in their metabolism, which can have a tremendous impact on the overall biomass of their biomass.”
The study also found that the most abundant plankton species were algae and bacteria.
However the study did not find the presence of any marine organisms, which could explain why the algae biomass was so concentrated in these areas.
What can we do about the algae?
It’s important to keep an eye on the algae and other marine creatures, and to not let the algae consume the nutrients it needs to survive.
“There is no doubt that the large scale disruption of marine ecosystems will be felt for years and decades to come, and we should be prepared to adapt and protect our coastal communities,” Langer said.
“But it is also important to remember that we are already dealing with massive amounts of nutrients from a changing climate and that these processes are happening at the same time that we’re being affected by ocean acidification and nutrient pollution.
We need to work together to mitigate the effects of these processes.”
The researchers recommend that people keep their eyes open for signs of the algae in the ocean and take measures to reduce the amount of algae on their coast.
“We do not know the exact size of the potential impact of this phenomenon, but it is likely that the overall number of algaas in the global ocean is probably more than 50 million,” Lancer said.
The study was funded by the National Science Foundation, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the Marine Mammal Research Program, the Office of Naval Research, and NOAA’s National Marine Fisheries Service.