The open ocean is a desolate, nutrient-poor place. For a long time it was assumed that any type of seafloor feature (seamounts! ocean ridges!) would…View More Is the Mid-Atlantic ridge an oceanic oasis?
An occasional series where we briefly report 3 new studies and tell you why they are cool! A new paper by Boyce, Lewis, and Worm…View More The Tide Pool: Loss of Phytoplankton, War Gods and Corals, and Gulf of Mexico Biodiversity
Enter the sieve. It is a marine biologists best friend, saving hours of sorting and enabling quantification of fauna. In fact you can get these…View More (Sieve) Size Matters