March 17, 2021 By Catrin Einhorn The New York Times
The study offers what is essentially a peer-reviewed, interactive road map for how nations can confront the interconnected crises of climate change and wildlife collapse at sea.
March 14, 2021 By Christopher Flavelle The New York Times
On the Outer Banks, homeowners in Avon are confronting a tax increase of almost 50 percent to protect their homes, the only road into town, and perhaps the community’s very existence.
March 11, 2021 By Alex Fox Smithsonian Magazine
The coastal waters of Northern California are changing. A decade ago, hundreds of miles of the rugged seaside were flanked by thick, swaying underwater forests of amber-green bull kelp that were home to fish, abalone and a host of other species. Now, those forests have been nearly wiped out by a series of environmental events that have been falling like ill-fated dominos since 2013.
March 10, 2021 By Rosanna Xia Los Angeles Times
When Californians learned in October that the waters off Santa Catalina Island once served as a dumping ground for thousands of barrels of DDT waste, the ocean science community jumped into action.
March 10, 2021 By Ashley Braun Hakai Magazine
Compared to fully safeguarded marine protected areas, partially protected areas have little benefit for marine life or people’s enjoyment.