To any one who, for the first time, sees a great stretch of sandy shore covered with innumerable ridges and furrows, as if combed with…View More The origin of ripples and other fantastic fluid experiments by Hertha Marks Ayrton
The earth is pretty awesome. And because it is Earth Day, I am going to celebrate one of my favorite Earth features: internal waves. I mean…View More Some of the best internal waves for Earth Day
I use a waterproof case on my iPhone because I live in Seattle and I constantly drop it. Ryan Pernofski has a waterproof case on his iPhone to take gorgeous slow-motion…View More #Slowmocean satisfying your need for sublime slow motion wave videos
So last Wednesday I got a message from DSN reader Aaron England Looze asking if I could identify this fish: Anyone who knows me knows…View More Video: What is this scary fish?
I come from a family of insanely good knitters. For a time, my mom even knitted professionally for some fancy department store in Manhattan. Although…View More Oceanography yarn-bombed!
It is no secret that I find many denizens of the deep icky. Crustaceans are among them. But this video of a swarm of crabs is…View More CRAB SWARM!
A few eons ago or so, the renowned Ichthyologist Dr. Milton Love wrote a piece entitled “So You Want to Be a Marine Biologist?” in…View More Some REALLY Damn Good Advice
When it comes to ocean outreach, Dr. M is a giant: a rum-loving, goggle-wearing outreach giant, one with whom I had the pleasure of working on…View More Dr. M: An Ocean Outreach Giant
Craig likes snails, I like craig and I love bad photoshop. Which means it is completely fitting that I’ve cut, copied and pasted snails onto…View More A graphical biographical tale of Dr. M
In celebration of success, to savor the beauty of life, or to soften the pitfalls of experiments gone awry, alcohol has always been an integral part…View More Five New Delicious (and Fittingly Strong) Cocktails in Honor of Dr. M.