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Theme Week Survey: July 2017

Hello Readers! We want to write about topics that interest you! That’s why we dedicate one week each month to a particular theme that you choose by participating in our survey! Please take a moment to answer our one-question survey to choose next month’s theme! If you want to suggest a theme for a future […]

The Entire Ocean in a Drop

Article: Stoeckle MY, Soboleva L, Charlop- Powers Z (2017) Aquatic environmental DNA detects seasonal fish abundance and habitat preference in an urban estuary. PLoS ONE 12(4): e0175186 Effectively managing fish populations requires accurate and timely monitoring data. Scientists and environmental managers need to know when (presence/absence data), where (location data), and how many fish (abundance […]

June 2017 Theme Week

The Oceanbites Team wants to know what you want to read about for a whole week next month!

Theme Week Survey: May 2017

The writers want to hear from you! Take our 1 question survey so we know which topic you’d like us to cover for one week in May! Thanks!

Theme Week Survey: March 2017

Hello! We, the Oceanbites Team, want to know what you want us to read more about! Please take the survey below and tell us what you’d like us to cover for one week in March! And please feel free to give us suggestions for future theme weeks in the Comments! Thank you very much! ~The […]

Ocean mapping on a budget

The seafloor is complex and mapping it is difficult because direct observations are hindered because it is underwater. Scientists have developed field methods and remote sensing methods to model the geomorphology of the seafloor but they are either limited spatially or by resolution. A newer method being applied to seafloor mapping is called Structure from Motion, and its low cost and high resolution may play a big role in future projects regarding ocean exploration. Read more to find out how scientists used it to increase the accuracy of rugosity measurements on a Hawaiian coral reef.

December ’16 Theme Week Survey

Let our writers know what you want us to cover for a week during December!

Oil rigs, the food trucks of the sea?

We humans don’t always take time to assess how we impact other environments; more often we survey before we enter the ecosystem, but what happens when we leave? Oil rigs in the North Sea have provided a great opportunity for scientists to start investigating. Click here to find out more!

Survey! October Theme Week

We, the Oceanbites writers, want to write for you! Let us know what you’re interested in reading about for a whole month in October! If you have any other suggestions, feel free to share them in the comments below! Thank you!

Theme Week Survey: September 2016

Help your oceanbites writers decide what to write about in September!

July Theme Week Survey

We’d love to know what you want to read about for a whole week during the month of July! Take our one question survey to share your opinion! Thank you!

June 2016 Theme Week Survey

Here at OceanBites, we–the writers–like to know what you want to read! For one week each month, we write posts related to a topic of your choosing. Please vote for what you’d like to hear about in June! And if you have suggestions for future themes, share them in the comments! Thank you! Create your […]

Oceanbites Theme Week Survey: May 2016

Please vote for next month’s theme so we can write about a topic that you want to know more about!

March Theme Week 2016

Make your voice heard by our writers! Let us know what you want to read about in March!

February Theme Week Survey

Let us know what you’d like to read about in February by choosing one of the options below! Whichever topic gets the most votes will be covered by one full week of posts in February. Create your own user feedback survey Carrie McDonough I am the founder and editor-in-chief of oceanbites, and a postdoctoral fellow […]

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