Weekly Ocean News

Ecosystems and Biodiversity A study conducted by the University of Georgia found plastic microfibers in the stool of wild South American fur seals. The team examined stool from 51 fur seals and found that 67 %...

Weekly Ocean News

Ecosystems and Biodiversity The impacts of global warming will be far greater than expected, according to the latest comprehensive assessment from the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. The IPCC’s...

Aquaculture 101: Part 2

More than half of seafood consumed globally is farmed. In order to shed some light on the opaque sources of our seafood, I wrote an overview of popular farmed species (see Part 1). Next, let’s address a farmed ...

The Journey to Underwater Work 

Let’s say you love the ocean and one day, whatever you do, you know you're going to work underwater. But how? The career path to underwater employment is murky, a little like the depths of the ocean. Since 1974...

Weekly Ocean News 

Ecosystems and Biodiversity Salmon, sharks, and cod are suffering cognitive problems and disorientation from high carbon dioxide levels. Gases like this dissolve better in colder, deeper waters. The problem is...