From ancient polynesians to seafaring sailors, tattoos in their various fashions have adorned the derma canvas for centuries. Used to represent tribal ranks, voyages to distant lands and conquests,…View More Inked.
Every year, the world’s largest fish gathers to feed (and feed, and FEED) in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo in eastern Yucatan, in numbers larger…View More TGIF – Magical Quintana Roo
I know, its Friday. You’re probably staring at the the clock, or worse, stalking people on Facebook. Today, instead of passing on a viral video or…View More TGIF: Procrastinate, watch deep-sea videos, help science!
Was just sent these great informative short videos about research being done to understand how climate change affects coastal communities. Coastal organisms live in areas…View More California Coastal Climate Change Research
ARRRRR ME HEARTIES!!!! So ye want t’ be a pirate, t’ sail the open sea searching for booty – what? You said a marine biologist?…View More So You Want to Be A Marine Biologist: Deep Sea News Edition
Today, Scott Olson published an editorial at TCPalm, a local news site for Palm Beach area on some very deep misgivings that all of us…View More The Ship, The Sub, The Shuttle – We Should Blame Ourselves
There’s a research cruise underway right now to study the impacts of radiation release from the Fukushima disaster in Japan, using the UNOLS/U. Hawaii ship…View More Follow along with Fukushima researchers
My new personal research website is now up. If you have some free time head over and take a look around. I have everything about…View More New Website
In the past, a few readers, interns, random undergraduates, and a curious public have asked all three of us here at DSN “How do you…View More So You Want to Be A Deep-Sea Biologist?
Sea turtles do it. Ocean liners do it. Charles Lindbergh did it. Even a Zeppelin can do it. Can an autonomous robot do it, across…View More Robot glider to make Trans-Atlantic journey