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Invasive sea lampreys may soon become vulnerable to a powerful new stake to the heart: irresistible sex pheromones.
Experts say that global warming will have a major impact on poor nations’ fisheries.
The U.S. Navy, environmental groups and the U.S. Supreme Court fight to balance national and whale security.
Clarinet with whale songs: click to listen Distorted clarinet riffs filled the air. Then howls, hauntingly low and distant, syncopated by short squeals accompanied them. The duet was no experimental […]
Animal data collectors can close gaps in ocean and ice monitoring.
Explore the mercury content, omega-3 fatty acid benefits, and ecological impact of eating different fish.
A video profile of one of New York's oyster gardeners.
How volunteers and scientists are fighting an uphill battle to bring the mollusk back to the city’s waters.
Neil Shubin's new book explores the intersection of developmental biology, paleontology and genetics.
The best new technology often comes from its exact opposite—nature. Case in point, the Humboldt squid, which manage to use a hard, razor sharp beak to kill and rip up […]
Tuna farming advances, but strict fishing regulations might be the only hope for this sushi fish.
Fertilizing the ocean may not slow down global warming. The controversial process of dumping urea or iron into the ocean to induce an algae bloom in order to remove CO2 […]
Ben Leach • October 31, 2007
Scientists worry that warming waters could endanger the Great Barrier Reef.