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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I was extremely flattered a year ago to be invited to join the academic editors at PLoS One. In that time I worked diligently to…View More Marine and Aquatic Science at PLoS One
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
Lifeguards in the Mediterranean have a new problem, and they have overfishing, pollution, and global warming to thank for it. Stinging jellyfish invaded beaches off…View More Jellyfish patrol on Barcelona beaches
If you have been following the story of Andrea Marshall and the manta rays off Mozambique you may notice she responded to questions in the…View More Mozambique's ocean ambassadors
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