“Artivism: An explosion of creativity, a marrying of art and activism” Over the past three years, street artists across the globe have taken up their brushes, prepped…View More The Art of Saving Our Seas
Guest post by DSN Alumni Rick Macpherson When my pal Dr McClain yanked me out of retirement and asked me to pen a quick post…View More The Tension of Intention: A Surfer, A Shark, A Fox, And A Grizzly
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?
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
There is a common saying amongst oceanographers, “if you put something in the water, there is no guarantee you will get it back.” I’ve been in…View More Shark vs. CTD. Shark 1, CTD 0.
The following post is by Luiz Rocha, Associate Curator and Follett Chair of Ichthyology at the California Academy of Sciences. His major research interests include evolution,…View More Brutal Battle Between Great White Sharks? Not really, no.
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
Last week Discovery Channel successfully botched yet another Shark Week. Big surprise there. Don’t get me wrong, there were some (and by some I mean…View More Future Shark: Living in an Ocean on the Brink
This post is authored by Andrew Lewin a Marine Ecologist, Marine Conservationist, and Oceanpreneur. He is the founder of SpeakUpForBlue.com, a website dedicated to help…View More No Honey, there are no sharks in Ontario Lakes