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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.
Why We Should Explore the Hottest Places in the Ocean
Raquel Negrete-Aranda says studying the ocean’s “plumbing” can tell us a lot about life, both under and above the sea.
The Ocean Explorer Who Wants Us to Reconnect with Nature
High 5 to Barbara Veiga: activist, photographer, and filmmaker.
The Little Miracles in the Invisible World of Plankton
Jan van IJken’s short film reveals “an unknown universe inhabited by alien-like creatures.”
Race Against Time
To preserve coastal heritage from the ravages of climate change.
The Power of the Waves
Understanding how oceans move is key to understanding life on Earth
The Truth About Sharks
Spearfisher turned marine activist Valerie Taylor wants you to respect these oft-maligned creatures—not fear them.
The Hunt for Milky Seas
Can Moby-Dick help us find one of Earth’s rarest large-scale natural wonders?
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