I was extremely flattered a year ago to be invited to join the academic editors at PLoS One. In that time I worked diligently to…View More Marine and Aquatic Science at PLoS One
A sense of place. It’s essential to deep-sea exploration. We’re far from land, on a flat horizon, hovering over echosounder output from the seafloor below.…View More Clickable maps: Google vs Microsoft
Some of you may remember that when we left ScienceBlogs I wrote… “When I was much, much younger, I joined Jacques Cousteau’s Calypso Club (named…View More Calypso Club?
Last week I posted an article about consulting for the marine sciences as a follow up to Craig’s story “how to be a deep-sea biologist“.…View More Global Ocean Exploration’s new website
David from Southern Fried Science has a good post continuing the discussion started by Dr. M here on Deep Sea News. While Dr. M focused…View More Is Sea Sheppard Good or Bad for Sharks?
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?
In case you missed it. The first ever deep-sea web cam is up and running. I said the FIRST EVER DEEP-SEA WEB CAM. I don’t…View More Eye in the Sea
You might have noticed my absence lately. Maybe you didn’t. Maybe you did and just don’t care. I finally arrived in North Carolina (like NC…View More Finally…
Ever since yesterday’s release of Google Earth 5.0, I have been trying to convince myself that playing with the new Ocean layer is part of…View More Broadcast media’s command performance
Tip of the fin to Penguin Wanderings.View More Fear Sharks?