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There needs to be a policy that mandates acoustic mitigation in the marine environment.
UNDERWATER NOISE POLLUTION IS DISRUPTING OCEAN LIFE—BUT WE CAN FIX ITARYN BAKERFEBRUARY 5, 2021TIME
You can find out more about its marine science program here.
OCTOPUSES FIND NEW HUNTING BUDDIES - ISSUE 95: ESCAPEBRANDON KEIMJANUARY 28, 2021NAUTILUS
Sharks and rays play an important role as predators in marine ecosystems, as well as being a vital source of sustenance for many people.
SHARKS AND RAYS ARE FAR LESS ABUNDANT IN THE WORLD’S OCEANS THAN 50 YEARS AGOKATE BAGGALEYJANUARY 27, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
We could create the largest marine protected area in the world.
CAN PEOPLE PROTECT AS MUCH SPACE AS NATURE NEEDS?JONATHAN LAMBERTJANUARY 21, 2021SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
Another key question is whether the solar-powered water jets meant to clean off the oyster cages when they rise to the surface will be strong enough to remove marine organisms that may attach.
SOLAR-POWERED BARGE COULD TAKE OYSTER FARMING DEEPER INTO CHESAPEAKECHRISTINE CONDONJANUARY 11, 2021WASHINGTON POST
That fact becomes especially stark when you compare humans to diving marine mammals.
WE DIDN’T EVOLVE FOR THIS - ISSUE 94: EVOLVINGCLAUDIA GEIBJANUARY 6, 2021NAUTILUS
A marine scientist at the University of Plymouth in England, she was part of the research team.
ANALYZE THIS: MICROPLASTICS ARE SHOWING UP IN MOUNT EVEREST’S SNOWCAROLYN WILKEJANUARY 6, 2021SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
The Seychelles are now committed to setting aside 30 percent of their exclusive economic zone for marine conservation, she says, and they’re using sea turtle tracking data to identify which locations are most important to protect.
HOW SEA TURTLES FIND THEIR WAY - ISSUE 94: EVOLVINGJASON G. GOLDMANDECEMBER 16, 2020NAUTILUS
Mia Wege, a marine ecologist at the University of Pretoria in South Africa, was surprised such small prey could form a major part of the diet of a seal.
USING COMB-SHAPED TEETH, BAIKAL SEALS FEED ON TINY CRUSTACEANS LIKE WHALES DOJAKE BUEHLERDECEMBER 11, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
Surviving these outlier events that might become frequent as climate change intensifies will ultimately reshape ecosystems, says marine biologist Diana Madeira.
ANIMALS ARE FINDING SURPRISING WAYS TO ADAPT TO RISING TEMPERATURESMARÍA PAULA RUBIANO A.NOVEMBER 23, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE

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