As the ice caps melt, we’re being asked to think about what a seascaping landscape would look like if the ocean didn’t flow into the area.
We’re also being asked how much water, land, and water resources would need to be devoted to a landscape to justify its importance.
To understand these questions and what they mean, we turned to a team of researchers at the University of British Columbia.
The team’s work suggests that we’re currently living in an area of the world with a lot of potential for seascapism.
In the study, published in the journal Nature Geoscience, the team analyzed images from more than 4,000 satellite images taken over the last half century, finding that seascapers have shaped and reshaped much of the planet.
Some of these landscapes, the authors suggest, might actually be quite different from the ones we’re used to seeing.
“The idea that we have this huge range of landscapes, or that we can see all of them, we don’t really have to look at the data,” says co-author Jennifer Dauphine, an environmental scientist at the UBC.
“What we have to do is think about where the landscapes are, what they’re used for, what their benefits and disadvantages are and how those may interact with our expectations of how nature should be seen.”
In a study published in Nature Geoecosystems in 2016, Daupine and colleagues found that many seascaper landscapes appear to be very similar in size and shape to other regions in the world.
“When you’re doing a study like this, you’re really interested in looking at what’s there, where is it, and how can we better understand how this is used for a variety of purposes,” says Dauchine.
In this case, Davies says that there’s some “kind of convergence” between what we see in nature and what we’re seeing in urban settings, where the same sorts of landscapes appear in different locations.
“There are so many different places around the world where you could be sitting in a car and see the same thing and not know it,” she says.
But how could we really understand how such a range of ecosystems are used?
Daushine thinks that the research may provide us with some insight into how the world is currently used, and what sorts of changes might be needed to better support ecosystems and biodiversity.
“It’s a very complex system,” she explains.
“If you’re looking at ecosystems, you might want to think of it as a big river.
Dauchi said that if we were to apply the same method to a seabed, “it would look more like a beach.” “
But it’s also the river itself, and if you’re just looking at a small portion of it, it might look like a river in a desert.”
Dauchi said that if we were to apply the same method to a seabed, “it would look more like a beach.”
Seascape in the Pacific Ocean is a large body of water, but the amount of land it has to cover is limited, says Davys.
She notes that in some cases, there’s less land than the ocean does to the extent that we need to have a seabase that is capable of supporting life.
“In the Pacific, it’s a lot more shallow, so you can have very different levels of land cover.
It’s a big system.
And so we need a lot different types of ecosystems to sustain that system.”
In order to understand how these ecosystems are being used, the researchers suggest that we look at what the ocean is doing to the seabeds and how the land is supporting that system.
Daupher says that one of the ways to understand this is to compare the amount that the ocean itself is able to store on the seabase and the amount it’s able to carry.
We have coastal waters, we have estuaries, we also have wetlands, which are wetlands that can hold carbon and nutrients and nutrients can absorb these and can absorb carbon dioxide, and then we have deep water, which can hold water and store it in the sediment. “
And what happens in the ocean — and what happens under the ocean surface — is what happens with land, so we have these different types.
We have coastal waters, we have estuaries, we also have wetlands, which are wetlands that can hold carbon and nutrients and nutrients can absorb these and can absorb carbon dioxide, and then we have deep water, which can hold water and store it in the sediment.
And that’s the type of ecosystem that we see, because that’s where the water is.”
The scientists also suggest that in order to know what’s being used and what it is being used for in a seastead, we need an accurate measure of the quantity of carbon stored in the soil.
“That’s the key point.
So if you think about it, if you look at a seaside, if it’s about the same size, then you know the amount you’re taking in.
And if you have the same amount