Taking a Deep Dive: How the Oceans Impact Our Life on Earth
Dr. David Gallo | November 2016

The oceans produce 50% of our oxygen, nearly 2 billion people depend directly on the sea for the majority of their protein, and more than 90% of earth’s precipitation is controlled by ocean waters. More than 70% of the surface of our planet is covered by ocean, yet to date less than 8% of the oceans have been explored. In this Thought Series® presentation, Dr. David Gallo highlights why we need to recognize the oceans’ critical role in providing the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the food we eat. 

An interview with Dr. David Gallo, Senior Advisor for Strategic Initiatives at the Center for Climate and Life of the Earth Institute at Columbia University

In this Thought Series interview, Dr. Gallo, oceanographer and explorer who for more than 30 years has been at the forefront of ocean exploration, shares surprising and revolutionary information about the exploration of the ocean and the impact it has to life on land.

Recommended Links: View Dr. Gallo’s popular TED Talk, Underwater Astonishments Learn more about Dr. Gallo’s work at Columbia University’s Center for Climate and Life Follow Dr. Gallo on Twitter to stay up to date on his work

 

 

 

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