This is a guest post from Dr. Kristen Marhaver. Kristen is a Postdoctoral Scholar at the University of California at Merced, who lives full-time and studies…View More Guest Post: Crude oil insults in the Caribbean
It’s getting to that time of year again. It’s hot here in Atlanta, and really hot down in Mexico, where, in between the tropical storms…View More Spotting the difference between whale sharks
*Ed. Note: Al’s post was selected by the staff at PLoS One as the April Blog Pick of the Month! Awesome Job Al! – KAZ…View More Inside the Outside
Eric Heupel is a graduate student at University of Connecticut in Oceanography. He keeps a personal blog at Eclectic Echoes and Larval Images, and used…View More Scientist in Residence: My ‘Seascape of Fear’
Feed a fish a fish, it eats for a day; Teach a fish to fish, it eats forever. That basically seems to be the crux…View More What’s Eating You?
…because it has already happened. During a conference this summer, I heard Jeremy Jackson give talk. He highlighted the severely degraded state, as measured by…View More There Is No Marine Biodiversity Crisis…
Pearl Jam’s “Backspacer” is declared the victor in the Great Turtle Race, the first leatherback sea turtle to arrive in the Caribbean Sea from foraging…View More Enormous sea turtle lays 95 eggs after ocean race
Dr. Carl Safina is one of the great ocean communicators. But can he speak turtle? Here Carl is photographed coaching one the the Leatherback turtles…View More TGIF: Carl Safina on the Great Turtle Race