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The Case for Popularizing Ocean Science
Why Schmidt Ocean Institute’s Carlie Wiener thinks octopuses and science fiction matter to ocean conservation.
The High Price of Cheap Shrimp
Our appetite is destroying a natural bulwark against climate change.
What Oceanographers Can Learn From Their Animal Colleagues
When you need good data in rough seas, send in the elephant seals.
The Race to Explore the Ocean’s Twilight Zone
As marine scientists strive to understand the mysteries of the deep, the miners are moving in.
The Oceans Are Teeming with Unknown Species
Scientists are finding 2,000 new marine species a year. Why it matters to name and categorize them.
How Much Is the Ocean Worth?
Putting a price tag on the ocean might just save it.
A Voice for Minorities in Aquaculture
Imani Black is working to bring people of color into marine conservation and production.
What Lurks in a Drowned Forest in Alabama?
The next miracle drug might be hiding in a primeval undersea forest.
The Return of New York Harbor’s Oysters
This entrepreneur plans to revive the famous urban ecosystem with a billion oysters.
The Genius of Fishing with Tidal Weirs
Native and non-native scientists have come together to counter overfishing with an ancient practice.
The Ocean Is Having Trouble Breathing
A drop in oxygen levels is putting ocean ecosystems on life support.
The Portentous Comeback of Humpback Whales
Humpbacks are returning to pre-whaling populations with a warning about ocean ecosystems.
How Putin’s War Is Sinking Climate Science
An American journalist leaves Russia as war breaks up the international collaboration key to climate research in the Arctic.
The Art of Ocean Science
On board a research vessel exploring the oceans, these artists found beauty in science.
For This Artist, the Sea Is a Never-Ending Story
At port with Kishan Munroe, an artist from The Bahamas.
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