John Hocevar is a marine biologist and is the Oceans Campaign Director for Greenpeace USA, where he oversees their oceans and fisheries work, including efforts…View More Guest Post: Greenpeace in the Gulf of Mexico – an Update
This is a special guest post by Ken Stump of the Marine Fish Conservation Network for Deep Sea News, intended to help build awareness about…View More The Policy and Politics of Deep Sea Corals
Deep-sea coral conservation is a phenomenon, an intersection that brings deep-sea exploration together with fisheries policy and environmental awareness. Its also the story of grass…View More Special Article on the Politics of Deep-Sea Coral Conservation
If you didn’t get a chance to follow along with the Bioluminescence 2009 Expedition last week, you can catch up online at the NOAA Ocean…View More Deep-sea crinoid discovered in real time
People accept the idea of echinoderm predation on shallow reef building corals. The voracious Crown of Thorns seastar Acanthaster planci is a familiar coral antagonist…View More Friday Picture: Have your coral and eat it, too?
Hello, I’m Michael, I’ll be the Deep Sea News “field correspondent” for the Finding Coral Expedition with Living Ocean Society. We launch on World’s Ocean…View More Finding Coral in Canada, World Ocean Day
I’d like to introduce my friend and colleague Michael Reuscher, he’s a first year PhD student in the Biodiversity and Conservation Laboratory of Dr. Tom…View More Meet the new DSN field correspondent
Deep Sea News has been following the story of the world’s oldest living animals, the deep-sea Leiopathes black corals and Gerardia gold corals from 300m…View More World’s oldest animal captured alive, on video
The global ocean has already taken up half of the atmospheric carbon dioxide produced by humans over the last 200 years, so the ongoing effects of climate change are dampened. That’s right, you can thank the ocean for saving the planet so far.View More Will ocean acidification affect deep-water corals?