Of course, anyone who bothered to look at a map would have known that St. Pete Beach — and hundreds of other vacation spots throughout…View More Should BP’s Money Go Where the Oil Didn’t?
This is from via ABC Radio Australia News…Delay as Canadian firm seeks PNG mining licence The Papua New Guinea government has delayed granting a Canadian mining company,…View More Delay in PNG Mining Permit?
This is the overall winner but check out the others at the Reef Photography Competition | Reef Photography Competition | Herald Sun.View More Reef Photography Competition
Well shit… The green-lighting of the world’s first deep-sea mineral mine in Papua New Guinea waters has caused alarm among scientists and indigenous people who…View More PNG Gives OK to Deep-Sea Mining
Sorry I’ve been so absent around DSN of late but it has been literally non-stop travel, meetings, and field work with my day job. In…View More The Irony Is Freakin’ Exquisite
Ocean acidification is evil. Ocean species expect great upheaval. Horrific for survival, expect no survival Second worst for calcification, what an abomination! Dire but better…View More Ocean acidification is evil: a not-so-great poem
145 million years ago, in the Cretaceous, the air was warm and the seas were high and rum flowed freely. On land, mammals were oppressed under dinosaur…View More Of eyes and sex in lizardfishes
This ghostly-looking orange cirrate octopus was observed with the MBARI’s ROV Doc Ricketts on my recent research cruise to the Taney Seamounts. These finned octopuses belong to…View More Ghostly critters of the deep sea: Cirrate octopus
If the impending coral death in the Caribbean didn’t make you nauseous… International marine scientists say that a huge coral death which has struck Southeast Asian and…View More Worst coral death strikes at Southeast Asia
Six months ago today I was at a meeting in Alaska entitled “NRDA in Arctic Waters”, where we were discussing research priorities that would help…View More Reflections abound on the 6-month anniversary of Gulf Spill