Jellyfish larvae provide clues about early animal evolution
In the Southern Ocean, small phytoplankton help remove carbon from the atmosphere
Sturm, Alexis B., et al. “Does depth divide? Variable genetic connectivity patterns among shallow and mesophotic Montastraea cavernosa coral populations…
Scientists and krill fishers partner up to track the movements of these crustaceans
Biologists try to untangle the complicated genetic basis of sex in rockfish
Biologists find that a single gene contributes to differences in stinging behavior
Biologists conduct the largest-ever study of coral phylogenetics
Even relatively simple animals have complex preferences depending on their environment.
Critters in the deepest parts of the ocean form isolated populations even over short distances.
Melting polar ice sheets are heating the deep ocean and slowing ocean currents.
Vertical migrations of zooplankton transport millions of tons of carbon each year.
Scientists explore the influence of geography and genetics on bacterial symbiont communities
Scientists use cutting-edge technology to learn about the cell biology of cephalopods.
Two species of zooplankton—one from the Arctic, and the other from the North Atlantic—have surprisingly similar distributions in Arctic fjords
The composition of symbiont communities affects the flow of nutrients between symbionts and their coral hosts
Clownfish treat other reef fish differently depending on their colour patterns
Why do some corals do better in warm water than others?
Scientists learn about the diversity of parasites that infect some of the Ocean's smallest critters
Scientists explore how zooplankton perceive light when they migrate throughout the day.
Corals and algae can establish symbiosis even in the dark