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Lexi Krupp • December 13, 2017
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JoAnna Klein • August 9, 2015
A couple’s crusade against ocean plastic attacks a vast problem from multiple angles.
Alexandra Ossola • May 20, 2014
How one government organization has brought America's overfished populations back from the brink.
Alexandra Ossola • November 14, 2013
Researchers reach out to citizen scientists to identify species
Kathryn Doyle • March 21, 2012
These threatened species are unexpectedly surviving, even harnessing, global warming
Rachel Nuwer • November 9, 2010
Overfishing has led Indian fisheries to rely on less marketable species for profit — a practice that could have severe ecological consequences
Emily Elert • April 14, 2010
Scientists gather evidence from the bathtub-ring-like traces left by Earth’s oscillating oceans
Mara Grunbaum • March 22, 2010
It’s hard out there for a symbiotic barnacle, but somehow they find a way
Molly Webster • June 22, 2007
Climate change is causing the oceans to flow further inland, putting pressure on coastal areas to adapt.
Peter Sergo • June 8, 2007
Environmental business sets sail with hopes of creating a new frontier of ocean carbon storage.
Kristin Elise Phillips • March 24, 2007
How quickly will global warming change sea level?
Morgen E. Peck • March 19, 2007
As atmospheric carbon dioxide dissolves into increasingly acidic oceans, vibrant coral hamlets are fading into ghost towns.
Julie Leibach • January 19, 2007
Coral ecologist Lyndon DeVantier discusses ecological assessment and management of coral reef systems.
Rachele Cooper • November 17, 2006
Scientists delve into the oceans to solve the problem of drug resistance.