We here at Deep Sea News pride ourselves on bringing you the BEST DAMN OCEAN SCIENCE PERIOD. With that mission, we hope to inspire our…View More Game of Trolls
Contributed by Nick Higgs, Adrian Glover & Tammy Horton Today sees the launch of Deep Sea ID, a free app that allows offline access to the…View More The Earth’s Largest Ecosystem – in Your Back Pocket
Our colleague John Hocevar is out in the Bering Sea right now studying the seafloor communities there with Greenpeace and the Waitt Institute. John has…View More Guest Post: Nursery Rhymes for Skates
Editor’s Note: The following interview was conducted by Colin Schultz for American Geophysical Union’s (AGU) member publication Eos. AGU and Colin have been kind enough…View More GUEST INTERVIEW: Peter Rona on the Diversity of Hydrothermal Systems on Slow Spreading Ocean Ridges
Mark Gibson is a divemaster, social scientist, and independent writer living in Washington, DC. He can be found blogging at Breaching the Blue. You can…View More New Innovative Estimate of Total Marine Species
Beth is an U.S. postdoc scientist at the Center for Geomicrobiology in Denmark studying tiny microbes that live at the bottom of the ocean and…View More Scientist in Residence: Beth Orcutt – “There is More to the Marine Subsurface than Sediments”
Kraken: The Curious, Exciting, and Slightly Disturbing Science of Squid By Wendy Williams Abrams Publishing, 224 pages Reviewed by David Manly for Deep Sea News:…View More KRAKEN Day: Release the Kraken!
THE KRAKEN Alfred Lord Tennyson Below the thunders of the upper deep, Far, far beneath in the abysmal sea, His ancient, dreamless, uninvaded sleep…View More KRAKEN Day: Tennyson’s Poem