"Nature Geo Science" magazine published a research conducted by many Danish scientists stressing that global warming may cause the formation of dead areas in the ocean and destroy marine life for nearly two thousand years. Scientists have used computer simulation program forecasting what the weather will be like within 100.000 years. They concluded that, at worst, Caron Dioxide will rise three times more than it is in the present, raising the oceans' temperature as a result.
"The slow flow of oceans resulted in the decline in Oxygen ratio in vast areas and the extinction of many kinds of fish and other marine lives", added the scientists.
The research proved that the return of marine life to its former state would take many centuries, due to the vastness of sea cover. However, some of these changes could be controlled by regulating the use of chemical fertilizers.
Professor Gary Suffer, from Nels Poer Institute, Copenhagen University and supervisor of the research made in the Danish Centre of the Earth System Science, said:" the future of oceans as a huge food reserve is endangered and it is necessary to reduce the emissions by the combustion of fossil fuel in order to minimize the reduction of Oxygen in oceans".