December 9, 2020 By Fabien Cousteau The New York Times
To conquer the dual, interrelated crises of Covid-19 and climate change we have to start small, and dream big.
December 7, 2020 By Greg Noone Hakai Magazine
Advances in genetic research are creating new ways to hunt for this most mysterious of creatures.
December 5, 2020 By Catrin Einhorn and Christopher Flavelle
The New York Times
In an unusual experiment, a coral reef in Mexico is now insured against hurricanes. A team of locals known as “the Brigade” rushed to repair the devastated corals, piece by piece.
December 2, 2020 By Jane Lubchenco, Peter M. Haugan & Mari Elka Pangestu Nature
Ocean ecosystems are under threat. They also hold solutions. Climate change is increasing sea levels and making the ocean warmer, more acidic and depleted in oxygen. The ocean has absorbed around 90% of the excess heat trapped by greenhouse-gas emissions and one-third of the carbon dioxide emitted by human activities since the 1980s.
November 19, 2020 By Erik Stokstad Science Magazine
Two years ago, off the coast of Norway, the blue-hulled Ro Fjell pulled alongside Ocean Farm 1, a steel-netted pen the size of a city block. Attaching a heavy vacuum hose to the pen, the ship’s crew began to pump brawny adult salmon out of the water and into a tank below deck. Later, they offloaded the fish at a shore-based processing facility owned by SalMar, a major salmon aquaculture company.