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Asian Carp, Knocking at the Great Lakes’ Back Door

Asian Carp, Knocking at the Great Lakes’ Back Door

As humans have circumvented Niagara Falls for aquatic transportation, so too have non-native species

By | Posted March 21, 2010

See, Urchin!

See, Urchin!

Spiky echinoderms use spines for complex vision

By | Posted February 7, 2010

Call Me Fishmeal

Call Me Fishmeal

Biologists discover new worm species on submerged whale carcasses.

By | Posted October 4, 2009

Clam Power in Numbers

Clam Power in Numbers

Scientists at the Nature Conservancy move a new batch of mollusks into Great South Bay to shore up the clam comeback.

By | Posted July 27, 2009

A Hard Day’s Clam

A Hard Day’s Clam

Could the mollusks of Long Island’s Great South Bay make a comeback?

By | Posted June 15, 2009

Shedding Light on the Cavefish

Shedding Light on the Cavefish

New York University researchers gather cavefish in the northeastern Mexican states of Tamaulipas and San Luis Potosi.

By | Posted May 28, 2009

Living in the Dark

Living in the Dark

NYU scientists shine light on the origins of the blind cavefish.

By | Posted May 26, 2009

Fishing in the Big City

Fishing in the Big City

Is your catch safe to eat?

By | Posted May 13, 2009

How to Kill a Vampire (Fish)

How to Kill a Vampire (Fish)

Invasive sea lampreys may soon become vulnerable to a powerful new stake to the heart: irresistible sex pheromones.

By | Posted March 25, 2009

Disappearing Fish

Disappearing Fish

Experts say that global warming will have a major impact on poor nations’ fisheries.

By | Posted March 22, 2009

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