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The Gulf of Maine is warming faster than most of the world's oceans, having dramatic impacts on the local lobster fishery and characteristic animals. [Read More]
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a popular seafood item - can rapidly consume tiny plastic particles in a matter of hours, where they can stay in the shellfish for two... [Read More]
When octopuses absorb ecstasy, they behave similarly to humans and become more social. [Read More]
The Monterey Bay Aquarium's Seafood Watch program may provide a model for businesses to profitably engage in ocean conservation. [Read More]
The Benioff Ocean Initiative is an example of how corporations can effectively contribute to the advancement of ocean science. [Read More]
The Ocean-Climate Agenda that debuted at the Global Climate Action Summit presents the oceans as a potential solution to climate change and prioritizes resolving ocean... [Read More]
California Governor Jerry Brown is convening the Global Climate Action Summit to spotlight positive progress towards mitigating the effects of climate change and dampening actions... [Read More]
The newly discovered deep-sea coral reef near South Carolina has implications for biodiversity and oil exploration efforts. [Read More]
A new, 86-feet expanse of deep-sea corals has been discovered off the coast of South Carolina. [Read More]
The rate at which heatwaves occur in the ocean has doubled over the past 35 years. These marine heatwaves are on track to occur more... [Read More]
New research indicates that mineral-based sunscreens originally considered safe alternatives to... [Read More]
New Caledonia, a French territory in the Southwest Pacific Ocean, has established four new Marine Protected Areas and extended a pre-existing one to protect some... [Read More]
'The Meg' is an action-packed shark thriller that is rife with scientific inaccuracies about Megalodon, and sharks in general. [Read More]
A red tide event brought upon by toxic microscopic algae is killing marine wildlife and causing respiratory illnesses in humans. [Read More]
In British Columbia, Canada, sunflower stars play an important role in maintaining kelp forest communities by preying on different sizes of sea urchins. [Read More]
Earlier this week, scientists in San Diego, California recorded the warmest sea surface temperature observed in 102 years. [Read More]
The size of coralline algae affects how they respond to ocean acidification. [Read More]
These microscopic animals may be playing a bigger role in the oceanic carbon cycle than previously thought. [Read More]
Rats are depriving coral reefs in the Indian Ocean of nutrient-rich seabird poop that helps their vibrant communities thrive. [Read More]
The E/V Nautilus' current deep-sea research expedition off the coast of Canada holds special cultural significance for the indigenous Haida Nation. [Read More]
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