Today is World Oceans Day. The whole month of June is, by presidential proclamation, National Oceans Month.
Perhaps, if you’re coastal, you can use today to take the first swim of the season. Or take up surfing. Or just dip your toes in.
If you’re landlocked take a moment to dive into some of JSTOR Daily’s ocean content. Below you’ll find some of our favorite ocean-related stories, revealing five things you might not have known about our watery world:
El Niño Affects the Ocean Currents and Plankton
This Art Responds to Ocean Pollution
Deoxgenation is a Very Real Danger