If any readers out there want to spoil the ladies of DSN with some diamonds, we will gladly accept any of these lovely pieces from…View More Undersea jewelry (and sparkling diamonds) from Tiffany & Co.
I’m no expert on vertebrates but I do remember somewhere in my undergraduate learning that a distinguishing feature of mammals was the mammary glands. Those…View More If only fish had breasts
You might be surprised to learn that an ingredient in some skin crèmes is coral, or more accurately coral extract. More specifically, Pseudopterosin A is…View More By trying to look sexier you may be ruining sex for corals.
Collectors Weekly has a nice write up about origins of tattoos among sailors. Body art was particularly well-suited to the transient and dangerous nature of…View More The Nautical Roots of Popular Tattoos
What can I say, I was inspired by the Marine Biology edition! Psst. Click on the photos to learn more about each phenomena. On the…View More Twelve days of Christmas – The Physical Oceanography Edition
I was pretty excited when I learned about Rutger’s expedition to Antarctica. But I am now STOKED after watching their teaser trailer. A beautiful video…View More New expedition: Stunning cinematography from Rutgers Antarctic Quest
On the first day of Christmas, My true love gave to me: My own private…View More The twelve days of Christmas – a marine biological edition
In the third or, um, sixth Star Wars movie, Emperor Palpatine finally reveals himself as the evil Sith lord Darth Sidious when he orders the…View More Execute order 66
I apologize, as this post is a little belated. I have been back from a trip to take down a seasonal HF Radar array on…View More Notes from the field: Observing the ocean from dry land
This is Guest Post from Dr. Daniel Jones a deep-sea biologist with the National Oceanography Centre in the United Kingdom and Project Coordinator for SERPENT…View More Can Beasts of the Deep Survive the Impact of Drilling for Oil?