In the meantime, a In the Antarctic and the surrounding water, there is a remarkable diversity of life. According to a new study, however, this could change soon, thanks to amazing connections with ports around the world. Vessels can accidentally carry a large number of marine life, which can be relatively new (such as the southern hemisphere), beyond normal life, and often endanger the environment. New research has explored the routes of various research ships, passenger ships, and fishing boats floating in the Antarctic ice sheet.
According to Arlie McCarthy, a researcher at the University of Cambridge’s Department of Zoology and British Antarctic Survey, both ships carry the risk of unwanted visitors. And the visitors may have more opportunities than ever before.
“We know from some of the world’s coolest regions, including the Arctic, that shipwrecks are being transported from one place to another, and it is one of the largest marine life in the world,” McCarthy told. Ars. “We also know that Antarctica ships have a lot of potential. What we didn’t know until then was details of where the ships were going.”
McCarthy’s research shows that there are 1,581 ports in the world connected to the Antarctic. These are the ports where one ship sailed to the region, which is defined south of -60 degrees latitude, as established Antarctic alliance. To determine this, he and his team looked at shipping data from Lloyd’s List Intelligence, the oldest and most reliable source of maritime data, port call data, and raw satellite data. It enabled him to keep track of the water events from 2014 to 2018.
“They are connected in some way to Antarctica,” McCarthy said of the ports. This means that many species such as crabs, barnacles, and algae from many areas can be found in the area. As the world’s fleet of ships expands — and as explorers and explorers continue to plunge into the water — chances are destructive species the catch is also growing. There is also concern about the movement of other species from the North to the South Pole, either on cruise ships or exploration. Arctic species could adapt to cold and thrive in the Antarctic, which is much colder than ecosystems south of the equator.
Antarctic waters are often devoid of aquatic life – there are other destructive forces grass and insects—And the sea is farther away than most other seas. This is mainly due to the nearby Southern Ocean, which has waves around Antarctica. They are very strong and act as a barrier. “Anything that comes on the high seas from the North Sea can be diverted from Antarctica instead of across the South Sea. It stops most of the things that come in the waves, “said McCarthy, adding that tigers and whales can cross the waves, just as snails, barnacles, and algae are often blocked.
Because of the extreme cold, many of the species that we call home live on the edge of our physical potential. There is less food available than anywhere else, and many species have adapted to a very special way of life, so that living organisms can be far more destructive than they are in a place where there is plenty of food and heat. For example, some Antarctic creatures grow taller, taller, and older. Smaller, faster, and faster reproductive species, assuming they can survive in Antarctica, are extinct than ever before.