bonj said:only 4% undamaged? somebody was claiming in another thread that seventy percent was undiscovered! how can we know it's damaged if we haven't discovered it yet?
Where do you get that figure from? the reprot says only 4% not damaged - I make that 96% damaged (and agree with James, it'll most likely be the surface area, or measured to a certain relatively shallow depth). So if you are going to compare the damage to the total volume, you'll have to account for the huge quantities of solid rock that aren't damaged by us - either you compare surface and surface or total and total, or your comparison isn't valid.trustysteed said:so in effect that's only 1.2% of the entire sea that's damaged. not too bad. more of the land surface is damaged than that.
I was trying to support the OP!yenrod said:
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