I am drooling so much, I am going to have to cover my keyboard in plastic. Winter wardrobes always depress me (too many layers, so…View More Under the Sea at Paris Fashion Week S/S 2012
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In looking over Swimming With Sharks, I came across this video of Sea Shepard ramming a Japanese whaling ship. Appalled is the best word I…View More Sea Shepard: Only Making Matters Worse
All good things must come to and end, so they may have a new beginning.
And so begins the next chapter in the history of deep ocean exploration…
Think of an aquatic habitat as far away from the deep-sea as you can get without coming up on land, and we will find a connection to the deep-sea. River rock = settlement substrate. Kelp forest = urchin food. Beaches = spawning grounds for tuna food. Mangroves = seafood … food. Bumper stickers in the Carolinas say it best – “no wetlands, no seafood.”View More Making that deep-sea connection to mangroves
When Andrea Marshall began studying the manta rays of Mozambique for her dissertation five years ago, she never expected to discover a new species, let…View More Scientist falls in love with manta rays, finds new species