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Newswise
New Shark Species Glows in the Dark, Weighs About 2 Pounds and Has a Huge Noseweighing under 2 pounds full-grown. This miniature, “glow-in-the-dark” shark is
Newswise / Posted 2 days ago
weighing under 2 pounds full-grown. This miniature, “glow-in-the-dark” shark is a member of the Lanternshark family (Squaliformes: Etmopteridae), which was serendipitously found 1,000 feet below the Pacific Ocean off the coast of the Northwestern... Read more
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The Monroe Evening News
Robotic lab tracking toxicity of Lake Erie algal bloomn The lab will test water samples near the City of Toledo daily and send the re
The Monroe Evening News / Posted 2 days ago
n The lab will test water samples near the City of Toledo daily and send the results to researchers who can sound the alarm if toxin levels rise. By Barbara Krolakbarb@monroenews.com On Aug. 2, 2014, the water became too dangerous to drink for more... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
Refuge Notebook: The bad biter par excellenceby the names of biting snipe flies, blood-sucking snipe flies, Rocky Mountain b
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 7 days ago
by the names of biting snipe flies, blood-sucking snipe flies, Rocky Mountain biting flies, and other names not suitable for printing in the newspaper. Biting snipe flies can be found in parts of Europe and Asia, but this group is most diverse... Read more
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Fort Myers Beach Bulletin & Observer
Marine Resources Task Force tackles pollutionFrom fertilizer runoff to litter, the Marine Resources Task Force (MRTF) is gea
Fort Myers Beach Bulletin & Observer / Posted 8 days ago
From fertilizer runoff to litter, the Marine Resources Task Force (MRTF) is gearing up to protect the island. The Fort Myers Beach Town Council tasked MRTF to examine local water quality and what could be done to improve it. As part of its list of... Read more
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The Scientist
Profile: Jane LubchencoMarine Studies, Oregon State University Former Under Secretary of Commerce for
The Scientist / Posted 10 days ago
Marine Studies, Oregon State University Former Under Secretary of Commerce for Oceans and Atmosphere and Former Administrator of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) (2009–2013) Former US Science Envoy for the Ocean, US... Read more
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The St. Augustine Record
Whitney Lab seeking more collaboration among visiting scientists with research villageThe University of Florida’s Whitney Laboratory for Marine Bioscience has plans
The St. Augustine Record / Posted 12 days ago
The University of Florida’s Whitney Laboratory for Marine Bioscience has plans to build an interdisciplinary research village to house visiting scientists, from graduate students to researchers of international renown. Director Mark Martindale is... Read more
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Salon.com
The Larsen C iceberg finally broke away. Now there’s a trillion-ton iceberg adriftThis article originally appeared on The inevitable moment of reckoning for the
Salon.com / Posted 13 days ago
This article originally appeared on The inevitable moment of reckoning for the Larsen C ice shelf arrived. The growing rift that carved across one of the Antarctica Peninsula’s largest ice shelves reached its end, sending a 2,240-square mile iceberg... Read more
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FOX 6 Milwaukee
That huge iceberg should freak you out. Here’s whyare warming, helping thin the ice, said Kevin Trenberth, a distinguished senior
FOX 6 Milwaukee / Posted 13 days ago
are warming, helping thin the ice, said Kevin Trenberth, a distinguished senior scientist at the US National Center for Atmospheric Research. “To me, it’s an unequivocal signature of the impact of climate change on Larsen C,” said Eric... Read more
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Salon.com
A trillion-ton iceberg broke off from AntarcticaThis article originally appeared on The inevitable moment of reckoning for the
Salon.com / Posted 15 days ago
This article originally appeared on The inevitable moment of reckoning for the Larsen C ice shelf arrived. The growing rift that carved across one of the Antarctica Peninsula’s largest ice shelves reached its end, sending a 2,240-square mile iceberg... Read more
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Mashable
One of the largest icebergs ever recorded just broke free of Antarcticaaccording to scientists monitoring the region. The iceberg weighs about a tril
Mashable / Posted 15 days ago
according to scientists monitoring the region. The iceberg weighs about a trillion tons, according to a team of researchers affiliated with a UK-based research project, known as Project MIDAS. While the iceberg calving event itself is... Read more
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The Hindu
Studying the health of Arabian SeaThe marine ecosystems of eastern Arabian Sea would soon become the stage for a
The Hindu / Posted 19 days ago
The marine ecosystems of eastern Arabian Sea would soon become the stage for a series of biogeochemical and biological studies, which are expected to throw light into the ocean dynamics and economy. The Centre for Marine Living Resources and Ecology... Read more
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WDAM-TV Hattiesburg
SOST Receives $5,000 Donation Toward Big Game Fish ResearchThe following is a news release from The University of Southern Mississippi Un
WDAM-TV Hattiesburg / Posted 20 days ago
The following is a news release from The University of Southern Mississippi University of Southern Mississippi Senior Research Scientist Jim Franks was recently presented a $5,000 donation from Release Marine, Inc. to help further the pelagic fish... Read more
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International Business Times
How 'glow in the dark' corals survive in the cold dark depths of the sea In the cold dark depths of the ocean, corals can become brightly fluorescent, a
International Business Times / Posted 20 days ago
In the cold dark depths of the ocean, corals can become brightly fluorescent, as they absorb the little light there is for the benefit of the microorganisms that provide them with most of their energy needs. In shallow waters, some corals have been... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Seawall needed now to save main roadCollaroy seawall needed to save major road from crumbling, say coastal engineer
Daily Telegraph / Posted 21 days ago
Collaroy seawall needed to save major road from crumbling, say coastal engineers | News Local Collaroy seawall needed to save major road from crumbling, say coastal engineers PITTWATER Rd could be undermined by the ocean within 60 years if... Read more
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Northwest Florida Daily News
Underwater forest off Alabama coast warns of Earth's rapidly changing climatesomewhere off the Alabama coast where the red snapper was plentiful. By the ti
Northwest Florida Daily News / Posted 24 days ago
somewhere off the Alabama coast where the red snapper was plentiful. By the time Ben Raines - an environmental reporter for the Mobile Press Register - heard about the location, the rumor had evolved. Apparently, a local dive shop owner told... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Underwater forest an ancient 'fairy world'somewhere off the Alabama coast where the red snapper was plentiful. By the ti
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 25 days ago
somewhere off the Alabama coast where the red snapper was plentiful. By the time Ben Raines, an environmental reporter for the Mobile Press Register, heard about the location, the rumor had evolved. Apparently, a local dive shop owner told... Read more
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Al.com
With 'War Eagle!' chants, Auburn and Gulf Shores move forward on coastal schoolchants, Auburn University and the city of Gulf Shores ushered in Friday the sta
Al.com / Posted 27 days ago
chants, Auburn University and the city of Gulf Shores ushered in Friday the start of an 11-month construction project for a new educational campus in coastal Alabama. The approximately $12.5 million facility is expected to open on Aug. 1,... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
A mysterious underwater forest warns of Earth's rapidly changing climatesomewhere off the Alabama coast where the red snapper was plentiful. By the ti
Houston Chronicle / Posted 28 days ago
somewhere off the Alabama coast where the red snapper was plentiful. By the time Ben Raines - an environmental reporter for the Mobile Press Register - heard about the location, the rumor had evolved. Apparently, a local dive shop owner told... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Greenland now a major driver of rising seas — studySea ice is seen from NASA’s Operation IceBridge research aircraft off the north
Inquirier.net / Posted a month ago
Sea ice is seen from NASA’s Operation IceBridge research aircraft off the northwest coast on March 30, 2017, above Greenland. AFP PARIS, France — Ocean levels rose 50 percent faster in 2014 than in 1993, with meltwater from the Greenland ice sheet... Read more
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WA Today
The chart that shows how much sea levels have risenof global sea level rise has spiked by 50 per cent in a little over two decades
WA Today / Posted a month ago
of global sea level rise has spiked by 50 per cent in a little over two decades, a study from Australian and international researchers has found. The study, published by Nature Climate Change, used refined satellite estimates to show global sea... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Rate of global sea level rise jumps 50 per cent in two decadesof global sea level rise has spiked by 50 per cent in a little over two decades
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted a month ago
of global sea level rise has spiked by 50 per cent in a little over two decades, a study from Australian and international researchers has found. The study, published by Nature Climate Change, used refined satellite estimates to show global sea... Read more
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The Age
Rate of global sea level rise jumps 50 per cent in two decadesof global sea level rise has spiked by 50 per cent in a little over two decades
The Age / Posted a month ago
of global sea level rise has spiked by 50 per cent in a little over two decades, a study from Australian and international researchers has found. The study, published by Nature Climate Change, used refined satellite estimates to show global sea... Read more
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