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Seaweed is a sea vegetable that is able to extract the minerals from the seawater and pull them into its nutritional structure.
Have you ever wondered how a beach is formed? The formation of sand strips is a long process that involves minerals, water, wind, waves, and tides.
A heat wave, or heatwave, is a period of two or more consecutive days with apparent temperatures exceeding 105°F to 110°F (40°C to 43°C) on National Weather Service's Heat Index.
Every year, nonprofit environmental organization Heal the Bay assigns A-to-F letter grades to beaches along the California coast.
A sun dog, or sundog, is a natural optical phenomenon consisting of one or two colored luminous spots appearing on either side of the Sun.
Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) launched "The Socially Responsible Beach Guide" to help you stay safe at the beach after lockdown.
  • The brain-eating amoeba is a single-celled living organism that can be found all around the world in untreated or inadequately chlorinated warm freshwater bodies.
  • Have you ever been swimming in the sea, accidentally gotten a mouthful of ocean water, and wondered why the ocean is salty?

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