Plant reproduction strategies may impact their response to sea level rise
How do benthic communities help stabilize the sediment and prevent erosion?
Cockles' burrowing behavior changes drastically in response to marine heatwaves!
Parenthood is an all-consuming task. How did some tropical fish evolve to take that sentiment literally? Reference: Weller, H. I.,…
A recent study investigates the link between meteorological conditions and harmful algal blooms.
Did you know that it snows in the ocean? How tiny ocean particles impact Earth’s climate.
Science is shaped by the tools we use -- even how we visualize the open ocean.
Detecting boat noise on offshore reefs may help manage a recovering fishery.
Fishing mostly depends on gillnets that catch many organisms besides fish, but we can change gillnets for the better…
Researchers find that fiddler crab burrowing releases greenhouse gases from salt marsh sediment.
Researchers from North Carolina investigate how many microbes can thrive inside a plastic bottle. Their findings may surprise you!
It’s hard to grow up during the polar night—but a lot of zooplankton do it anyway!
Deep-sea snails obtain bacterial symbionts from the surrounding environment, allowing them to survive in harsh environments
This mucus-making microbe deploys a snotty strategy for cycling carbon in the ocean. Reference: Larsson, M.E., Bramucci, A.R., Collins, S.…
Over 50 years of protection has led to extreme benefits for green turtle populations.
Using waste-water from food production can improve the output and sustainability of seaweed farms.
Scientists from Texas A&M use preserved microbial lipids to tie prehistoric climate change to widespread oceanic methane release.
Maria Laura Zoffoli, Pierre Gernez, Philippe Rosa, Anthony Le Bris, Vittorio E. Brando, Anne-Laure Barillé, Nicolas Harin, Steef Peters, Kathrin…
Analysis of a 30-year ocean time series reveals that carbon export to the deep ocean is maintained despite warming waters
For the first time, scientists have spotted squids matching their body color to their environment