Most of the attention around climate change focuses on the increases in global temperatures. But changes in the chemistry of the oceans could be just as disruptive
Scientists knew that climate change would eventually impact fisheries, but new research indicates that warming water is already affecting the kinds of fish that end up on your dinner table
The valuable—and flavorful fish is a favorite of sushi chefs around the world. But the very popularity of bluefin tuna could mean its doom.
The spade-toothed beaked whale had been one of the most elusive beasts in the world — until recently
We live in a world obsessed with numbers – college rankings, baseball scores, exam results – and now we have one to tell us what’s happening to our oceans.
If you thought living lobsters were red like The Little Mermaid’s Sebastian, you were wrong. The delicious hard-shelled crustaceans are usually greenish brown, but in recent years, lobstermen are finding more of them in mutant …
It happened 4000 years ago and, if we keep polluting, it will happen again.
With oceans still reeling from 2010’s oil spill and shipping traffic expected to double by 2020, the pollution-scouting robot fish makes its seaside debut at just the right time
The 2012 Annual Underwater Photography Contest winners announced this week were chosen from a field of 700 images. See more photography from the contest hosted by the University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric …
History is a valuable teacher—to natural systems as well as humans, apparently. In a study that could critically shape marine conservation efforts for years to come, scientists have found that sea life can learn from the past …