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A recent study helps us understand how some marine mammals may be impacted by tidal turbines.
This new study examines how blue whales can be protected while still using marine resources via dynamic ocean management.
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Where do microplastics end up in the ocean?
Clownfish and sea anemones have a famous relationship, but did you know other fishes also use these stinging animals?
A new study finds that over one-third of sharks and rays are threatened and may be at risk of extinction.
A new study finds that communities of phytoplankton become less diverse and export less carbon as sea ice melts.
Research reveals waning body conditions in gray whales as high mortality period continues.
Scientists say that movies harbor lots of anti-shark sentiment. Here's how that may hurt sharks.
We don’t appreciate furry friends disrupting our gardens, but in the ocean, otters may be key for eelgrass ecosystem health.
Researchers have developed a dataset of microplastics in the ocean surface waters across the globe.
The compounding crises of COVID-19 and an oil spill highlight the systemic inequalities faced by women in fisheries.
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