Fox News discusses the years best in science. I was excited because two of these are deep-sea related, the Yeti Crab and the recent capture…View More Year’s Best In Science
I was worried that 2006 might pass without a sea change for deep-sea research until I ran across an article by Grasmueck et al in…View More Deep Coral Mounds in the Straits of Florida: A Paradigm Shift
The BBC higlights a January expedition of Southampton Oceanographic Centre’s (SOC) ROV Isis to the Antarctic. The project is to explore the sediment and organisms…View More The Goddess Visits the South Pole
Peter McGrath, one of the project’s founders, brought my attention to the Beagle Project. The goal is to build a replica of the Beagle and…View More I am quite tired having worked all day at the produce of my net
From Science Online… In April 2006, Maya Tolstoy, a geophysicist at Columbia University, received some good news and some bad news during a research expedition…View More And Sometimes You Luck Out
You ask and we deliver! And if you have ever had any doubt we are the baddest blog ever, we have carnivorous sponge video! Bolstered…View More Carnivorous Sponge Video!
I study deep-corals (gorgonians mostly) but I am fascinated by all things cnidarian (sea anemones, hydroids, jellyfish, corals). These are suspension feeders that filter food…View More The Jellyfish are Watching
Be careful there are 9 new species of carnivorous sponges. Luckily they are all deep sea so your chances of encountering one on any day…View More Man Eating Sponges