This is a guest post by Kirstin Holsman, who works on developing quantitative methods for ecosystem-based fisheries management and methods to assess and manage for climate-change…View More Spurious correlations: How Alaskan pollock predict a Seahawks Super Bowl win!
Isn’t coral reef conservation hard enough without having to also constantly re-invent yourself for every swing of the funding pendulum? Well your friends here at…View More Reef Roulette
Fanciful common names of fishes suggest there may be an orchestra in the sea, but this is yet another way the underwater world lets us…View More The Disappointing Reality of Musical Fish
Have you seen the new Jurassic World trailer? As if I even have to ask… Of course you have. And of course you are amazed…View More Is Jurassic World Violating CITES Protections?
The oceans provides us with most of the oxygen we breath, much of the food we eat, and even all the water we drink, which has passed…View More Six surprising reasons to be thankful for the sea
Ocean conservation work takes me to many an unusual locale, but none stranger than tomorrow’s destination: Las Vegas. I’m headed there to attend the annual…View More Shark Feeding, Managed Risk, and the Tredwellian Paradigm
This extraordinary bit of footage shows quite the highest density of invasive lionfish I’ve ever seen. I was talking to Luiz Rocha during the week…View More TGIF – Zoiks! Lionfish!
So this little gem came across my Google alerts today. The cognitive dissonance between what happens (biologically) in that video, what the two intrepid heroes…View More ZOMG Whale shark attack!!!! Or not…
As the sun rose this morning here in Trinidad and Tobago where I’m conducting field work, I was certain about two facts. First: Trinidadians and…View More New Obligations and Continuing Challenges in Shark Conservation
I take on a senseless internet meme and make it even more so – for science. With the northern hemisphere days getting shorter, and…View More Summer of the Goatfish