Ocean science and conservation, like any human enterprise, is subject to its fair share of internal messiness from time to time. As someone whose expertise…View More Embracing Yes/Also: Marine Protected Areas Are Not An Either/Or Proposition
Would you want your taxi driver using a paper road map from 1892? Or would you rather he plug in the route on his Google…View More Fight against the #EPAfreeze – Because you don’t want sewage on your beaches, right?
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
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“I feel like I’m taking crazy pills.” That’s my honest reaction after reading news of Western Australia’s plan to reduce fatal shark attacks through the…View More Where The Wild Things Are
Last Wednesday, Obama in a very surprising move, unveiled plans for large swaths of the ocean off the East Coast, eastern Gulf of Mexico, and Alaska…View More Oil: From the offshore to onshore, From the deep sea to coral reefs
Six months ago in the yesteryear of 2008, Machlis and Hanson outlined in Bioscience a new subfield of study titled warfare ecology. As the authors…View More Warfare Ecology