The best way to increase biodiversity in general, including the oceans, is to minimize our own environmental impacts. For example, humans pour a lot of nasty chemicals into the ocean, which tends to extinguish species that require clean water. We also have been overfishing, which has led to much smaller fish and decreases biodiversity. And global warming has increased sea temperatures and caused a rise in the sea levels, both of which have changed ocean ecology for the worse. Our best bet to increase biodiversity is therefore to halt these destructive activities as best we can.
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