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Since 1997, the Multi-Agency Rocky Intertidal Network — or MARINe — has been helping scientists and others understand those narrow ecological ribbons where land and sea meet at the coastline.
I recently had an opportunity to meet with Sir Richard Branson, founder and chairman of the Virgin Group. I elaborated on the role that GHOF research has played in highlighting the importance of the Bahamas archipelago to many species of sharks
The federal government is dismissing rumours that it will soon announce the sale of a world-renowned freshwater research station in Northern Ontario to private interests.
Prince Khaled bin Sultan of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia recognized for marine wildlife conservation & science contributions.
Business in the community and the Chartered Institute of Marketing hit a high note on Tuesday with a very succesful seminar on Marketing and Sustainability. http://www.cimsouthwest.co.uk/category/ambassadors-programme/
Dance of the whales A RECORD number of southern right whale sightings has experts excited about future breeding prospects in Tasmania.
What’s the rarest whale in the world? The spade-toothed beaked whale (Mesoplodon traversii) is a pretty good contender.
The Spade-toothed whale Mesoplodon traversii, is now known from 5 specimens, three of which are housed at Te Papa. With only one of these specimens a complete skeleton, the species is as rare as th...
Niger Delta activist and former Secretary General of the Ijaw Youths Council, Udengs Eradiri in this interview with FELIX NWANERI, speaks on the recent...
The dredging program has officially commenced Wednesday at the Fort Moultrie Dock, reports abcnews4.com. This project includes removing of approximately 17,000 cubic yards of material from the mentioned area.
AN area of sea stretching from Scarlett Point to Black Head, East of Spanish Head, is now closed to scallop dredging from the start of the season, last Thursday, November 1.
The Primeiras and Segundas have been approved as a marine protected area in Mozambique making this diverse ten-island archipelago Africa’s largest coastal marine reserve. ...
The current fishing industry system needs "radical change" according to the Scottish Government...
The skippers from the east and west coasts, including Fraserburgh, Peterhead, Campbeltown and Ullapool met with Mr Lochhead last Wednesday to discuss the pressures and demands of working in the industry.
Often known as "the most important fish in the sea," Atlantic menhaden play a vital role in the marine ecosystem from Maine to Florida. These fish, which barely reach a foot long, are a critical source for wildlife and valuable fish species.
Study may answer longstanding questions about Little Ice Age. The study, which used analyses of patterns of dead vegetation, ice and sediment core data, and powerful computer climate models, provides new evidence in a longstanding scientific debate over the onset of the Little Ice Age
CELEBRITY chef Gordon Ramsay - not a man known for mincing his words - says it tastes of nothing.
Yet its lack of flavour has done little to slow the trade in shark fin within Australia. Neither have concerns about ''live finning'' - the barbaric process where the high-priced fins are sliced off and the wounded shark dumped back into the ocean.
Cayman Islands Department of Environment enforcement and conservation officer Mark Orr is the latest recipient of the Cayman Islands government Employee of the Month award.
The 31st Meeting of the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR) concluded on November 1 in Hobart, Australia.
The meeting yielded a significant step toward protecting Antarctica’s Ross Sea as the United States and New Zealand reached agreement on a joint proposal to establish the world’s largest marine protected area (MPA) in that region.
Climate and ocean scientists are questioning a "rogue" experiment off the Canadian coast. A native village dumped hundreds of tons of iron into the water to cause a bloom of plankton, which would then capture greenhouse gases.
Have you ever heard someone laugh extra loud or seen someone, like one of my coworkers, wear extra-tight jeans and extra-high heels to the office? Such behaviors are “displays” designed to attract attention.
A life and death struggle is underway at this moment in Japan -- the capture and slaughter of dolphins and small whales.
The collapse of sardine fisheries in the southern Caribbean Sea during the past decade may have been driven by global climate change, according to a study.
Deux spécimens de la plus rare espèce de baleine, Mesoplodon traversii, ont été retrouvés échoués. Jusque-là, on ne faisait que soupçonner son existence. Retour sur cette...
Cull delay 'a chance to test alternatives'...
A farmers’ group that opposes the trial cull of badgers is using the postponement of the culling to launch a recruiting campaign.