This past year, I was fortunate to visit many of our National Parks. In light of recent events and those yet to come, I saw…View More The Legacy That Lives On.
Today is legendary! Why, you ask? Well, we are celebrating TEN YEARS of DSN posts. That’s right – if you go wayyyyyyyyy back in…View More A Decade of Deep Sea Decadence
A few eons ago or so, the renowned Ichthyologist Dr. Milton Love wrote a piece entitled “So You Want to Be a Marine Biologist?” in…View More Some REALLY Damn Good Advice
“I fell in love with seaweed at the kitchen counter. I had returned with a sack full from the windswept beach, and as I dropped…View More From the Top Shelf
I now know what all the Deeplings are getting for Christmas…. This might be the best thing I have ever seen on Etsy.View More The Hat You Didn’t Even Know You Needed.
It all started on a perfect San Diego summer night, Taco Tuesday to be exact (For those of you who don’t live in the local area,…View More Epic Science Raps of History – A teaser
Coral reefs are in crisis. They are fragile. They are complex. And they are disappearing faster than we are able to understand them. This threat…View More What the "Call of the Reef" is Telling Us
“I think it’s important to establish, first of all, that Irrawaddy dolphins are jerks to study.” Not exactly the preface I was expecting. “One of…View More The Plight of the Irrawaddy
Recently we at Deep-Sea News have tried to combat misinformation about the presence of high levels of Fukushima radiation and its impact on marine organisms…View More Is the sea floor littered with dead animals due to radiation? No.
The other day I received a slightly disconcerting text message from my cousin regarding Shark Week. She has two young kids one age 6 and…View More Why I Still Watch Shark Week