October 27, 2020 By David Shiffman National Geographic
Many shark fins used in a traditional Asian delicacy come from the coastal waters of just a handful of countries. The finding upends conventional notions—and could make this conservation challenge easier to tackle.
October 8, 2020 By Matt Richtel Cronutt The New York Times
Cronutt, like a growing number of ocean mammals, developed seizures because of toxins in the water. Scientists hope the pioneering procedure he underwent this week could help.
September 23, 2020 By Claudia Geib Mongabay
The new mapping and analysis tool alerts mariners when whales are likely present in the busy Santa Barbara Channel near Los Angeles, drawing on data from an acoustic monitoring buoy, on-the-water sighting reports, and computer modeling.
September 22, 2020 By Annie Roth The New York Times
The Monterey Bay Aquarium has learned how to raise the deepest sea life to the surface and keep it alive for display.
September 20, 2020 By Cara Giaimo The New York Times
A new study suggests that the ocean’s strangest-looking headgear is difficult to tote around.