The quickest way to destroy ocean science, James Cameron tells Newsweek, is to take human explorers out of the water.
Monthly Archives: January 2013
“It’s happening,” Earle says of her lifelong push into the deep. “This is a sweet spot in time. For the first time we can see what was once impossible to see."
"The population of Pacific bluefin tuna is a small fraction of what it used to be, and is in danger of all but disappearing."
Every year over 100,000 marine mammals die from the harmful effects of ocean trash.
“We are "Marsifying" earth, turning the blue planet into something that is less hospitable to our species,” says Mission Blue founder, Dr. Sylvia Earle.
With local criticism against the shark fin trade growing, Hong Kong merchants have taken to the rooftops...
Stay tuned for Monday's exclusive feature on the shark fin trade and why shark sanctuaries are critical for the survival of this charismatic species.
A while back we came across a video of a gray whale just off the beach in our home town of Laguna Beach.
The mantis shrimp packs a powerful punch. The crustacean uses its hammer like claws to smash through mollusk shells and even aquarium glass without getting injured.
NOAA scientists advance climate, ocean and atmospheric science in record-setting year.