This Monday, I’m giving a talk at the Central Valley Cafe Scientifique. Many thanks to Madhu Katti and Kaberi Kar Gupta for arranging this. And…View More Science Cafe in Fresno CA: The Great Pacific Garbage Patch
Starting around 540 million years ago during the Cambrian explosion many animal phyla, including the freshest of them all—bivalves, came into existence. Within ~100 million…View More Can Bivalves Kick It? Yes they can!
This may be the coolest sea star predation video of all time. Watch helplessly from the mussel’s shell as the sea star’s stomach extrudes and…View More Watch helplessly from a mussel’s shell as it is slowly & inexorably consumed
I recently found this post of the mean surface currents in the North Atlantic Ocean by @oceanCO2. And for some reason I couldn’t get over…View More An ocean full of eddies
Today is Talk Like a Pirate Day – but as you may know, here at Deep Sea News we are partial to a bit of…View More Don’t talk like a pirate – SING like one
It’s Saturday, 105 degrees in San Diego, I’m 100 yards from the beach, and I am in front of my computer typing away. OH THE…View More Marine biologist vs. oceanographer music video SHOWDOWN
Put it on 720, go full screen and relax…View More TGIF – coral reef eye candy
In a remarkable turnaround, Craig directed me to a very cool new study about manta rays (next thing you know I’ll be sending HIM papers…View More Ever seen a manta ray’s bellybutton?
This might come as a shocker: I don’t care about metabolism (or bits of floating plastic, or whale sharks, or coral reefs…sorry Deeplings). Its not…View More Capitalizing on recessions with economic booms of data
Everyone please welcome our newest member at DSN, Dr. Kim Martini, aka @rejectedbanana. I am very excited to have Dr. Martini now blogging with us.…View More Dr. Martini at DSN!