I was going to do a “demons of the deep” post for Halloween but as I was considering which animals to include I had to…View More Is this fish evil?
AND I COUDLN’T BE MORE EXCITED! The very talented Kate Herweck, a postdoctoral fellow at NESCent studying plant genomes, made this knitted DSN Giant Squid…View More Awesomesauce Abounds! Donate and Win a Giant Squid
Hey you! Yeah you sitting there staring at your computer screen. You haven’t donated to the DSN Donor’s Choose Challenge have you? I know the…View More Why Haven’t You Donated?
If you haven’t seen the VENUS deep-sea observatory’s pig-in-the-ocean experiments, you’ve been missing out. I saw them present this work at a conference a couple…View More In the deep sea, bacon doesn’t last long
Monster Roll from Dan Blank on Vimeo. This. Looks. Amazing. From their FB page: “When sea monsters attack Los Angeles, a network of sushi chefs…View More Can You Handle Monster Roll?
Ever wonder what state-of-the-art oceanography was like in 1963? If so, watch as an intrepid bunch of oceanographers track waves generated in the Antarctic all the way…View More Weekend classic: Waves across the Pacific
Once again, I am going to profess my love for atmospheric scientists and the cool internal wave images they keep sending me. Click on the…View More MOAR internal waves from space!
My fellow Deeplings have been barraging the blog with “Best of” and “Top 10” lists in recent memory. Now its my turn to chime in.…View More Top 5 scariest species…from, er, DNA?
Most folks I know aren’t shy about crunching into a nice red American lobster and dipping that white flaky meat in some molten butter, and…View More The mystery of lobster shell disease
Elizabeth Preston at Inkfish has a super blog post up about a beluga whale that was recorded mimicking the sounds of human speech. It concludes…View More Alaskan whales think we sound like Swedish chefs