February 10, 2021 By Doug Johnson Hakai Magazine
Coastal waters around the world are steadily growing darker. This darkening—a change in the color and clarity of the water—has the potential to cause huge problems for the ocean and its inhabitants.
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 15, 2020 By Annie Roth Hakai Magazine
A new study highlights the treasure trove of data trapped in seaweeds over a century old.
July 15, 2020 By Sarah Keartes Hakai Magazine
Migrating sea turtles carry entire worlds on their backs—ones teeming with life forms small enough to fit between grains of sand. Life on such a scale is easy to overlook, but these miniature communities hold clues that could help protect the living islands they call home.
June 8, 2020 By Ayana Elizabeth Johnson Scientific American
They can be a source of clean, renewable energy, sustainable food, and more.