Rechargeable batteries make the SeaExplorer glider a cost-effective and environmentally-friendly way to study the oceans.
Today’s highlights include the sentence for marine-life smugglers, genetic distinctions in humpback whales, and the importance of plant-eating coral reef fish.
There are thousands of marine protected areas, but they cover less than 3% of the oceans. The Global Ocean Refuge System aims to solve that problem.
Today’s highlights include protecting the deep sea from mining, the discovery of more than 30 new species, and bad news for the Gulf of Maine shrimp fishery.
The Watermen Project is an NPO that contributes to scientific research aimed at protecting and conserving the marine environment with a focus on sharks.
A new study found that increasing ocean temperatures may cause large fish to become lethargic, sitting on the bottom instead of looking for food.
Today’s highlights include good news for leatherback turtles, the importance of marine reserves, and the legless, leaping land fish.
Today’s highlights include copepods response to ocean acidification, plastic pollution in Australian waters, and a new study tracking the path of oil spills.
A new underwater room just opened in a hotel off Pemba Island. Here are five other places you can sleep below the surface.
Paleo Quest, a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the science of paleontology, created SharkFinder™, one of the world’s top citizen science programs.
Here’s a roundup of other stories worth reading this weekend, including penguin evolution, jellyfish blooms, high seas governance, and much more.
Today’s highlights include the discovery of a new deep-sea habitat, a detailed look at great white sharks, and the importance of mangroves in Southeast Asia.
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