The National Research Council (NRC) released the first-ever Decadal Survey of Ocean Sciences(DSOS) report on 23 January 2015 as commissioned by the National Science Foundation’s…View More It’s Time to Overhaul the Funding of Ocean Science
WARNING: Scrolling down might result in relinquishing a good portion of your Monday watching videos of squishy, wonderful plankton. If this is the kind of procrastination…View More The Plankton Chronicles
Does the squid consider with only revulsion The prospect of sex under jet propulsion? Or does he think it all slightly spectacular, This flying embrace…View More The Id of the Squid
Octopuses are generally loners. Squids often form schools. But cuttlefish (or seacuttles if you will)…they outright just don’t get along with one another. In the…View More So what do you call a group of cuttlefish?
Grab your glow sticks. Throw on all the neon swag you can possibly find. Turn up the Calvin Harris and DROP. THAT. BASS. We are going…View More The EDC of the SEA
With the first taste of palolo I understood the Samoans’ love for it. Certainly it suggested a salty caviar, but with something added, a strong,…View More I prefer my seafood without sperm, thank you
Coral reefs are synonymous with colorful fish, but in a world teeming with Technicolor extravagance, few fish can rival the psychedelic spectacle of the Mandarinfish.…View More These Are A Few of My Favorite Species: Mandarinfish
We have ALL had one of THOSE nights. The epic evenings characterized by fun and debauchery, a handful of good friends, and more than…View More Let’s Get Sea Star Wasted!
In the South Pacific, hovering over the peaks of seamounts at depths more than one kilometer deep swims a squid. This dark red squid, Idioteuthis…View More Squid 1, Shark 0
While we may be scattered across the country (or at this point across the world), the Deep Sea News crew has got each other’s backs.…View More Outward bound and off to new adventures