While ghost ships may still haunt the Bermuda Triangle, real research ships have a finite life. Fortunately, we can build more! This is just what…View More The erection of a new research vessel! Even cooler than what you are thinking…
There’s a sizable red tide event unfolding in Australia right now, where thick slicks of red planktonic algae are washing up on Sydney’s iconic beaches, including the…View More What’s green and gold and red all over?
A nice 5 minute podcast and article about new research in the twilight zone off of Australia! Using a one of a kind remotely operated…View More Dhugal’s Deep Sea Wonders and Expedition Art Aboard the JOIDES
In honour of a current visit to the ancestral homeland (Australia), I thought I’d share some fish species Aussies (from the southern states at least)…View More Some Aussie fish I have known
[EDIT: Except the slugs are in New Zealand, not Australia – brain fail! Sorry to all Down Under. See comments below for an invigorating discussion…View More Molluscan sexcapades cause unrest in Australia
In part two of unintended series on oil… Unless you live under an oil covered rock you probably already know that a Chinese ship carrying…View More Oil: Not just for autos but coral reefs as well
Twitter was all aflutter yesterday over a foul slandering of the sea slug Glaucus atlanticus. The culprit was an Australian article discussing these sea slugs…View More Sea slugs have self esteem, too