From the brilliant minds that brought you Sharktopus, the Syfy channel is premiering another gripping new thriller on Thursday, July 11th: Best part is that…View More Sharks. Tornado. Sharknado. ‘Nuff said.
Dear Abby, It’s just not fair. There I was, a freshly produced sand tiger shark embryo, developing nicely and making my way down the ovarian…View More It’s not uterUS, it’s uterME
Be worried – us marine scientists are officially taking over the internet. I’m super excited to announce the launch of Deep Sea News on Pinterest. We’re…View More Announcing the DSN Pinterest empire!
Kim Bosco Mo has a piece in Huff Po Canada today on whether banning shark fin soup is an equitable way to protect sharks. I…View More Shark finning: a response to Kim Bosco Mo
Picture this: Cape Cod, June 20, 1975. Gerald Ford is President, gas is .53 cents a gallon, and a carefree, 11 year-old–yet already ocean-nerd, future…View More Hooper Drives The Boat, Chief
A paper by Marc Nadon and colleagues from U. Hawaii and U Miami RSMAS has been getting a good bit of press lately (see here…View More Are humans and reefs sharks mutually exclusive?
CITES is the 1973 Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species, to which 175 nations are signatories. Along with the IUCN Red List, it’s one…View More Will marine conservation miss out at the next CITES meeting?
Shark finning is the capture of sharks expressly for the removal of their fins, which are used to make shark fin soup, a popular status…View More A San Diego 5th grader is trying to end shark finning, will you help?
Causal relationships can be fiendishly tricky. Spend an hour watching any of Star Trek Voyager’s time travel episodes and you begin to understand why the…View More For Want Of A Shark…
This article is reposted from my old blog Deep Type Flow and was originally published 7/12/2010 To a recent roundup of whale shark news, I appended…View More What’s in a name? Origins of the word “shark”