Crab industry in crisis, world’s largest deep-sea mining vessel takes to sea, Bayou Women, ocean trash, and more! Monday Morning Salvage: May 7, 2018

Foghorn (A Call to Action!)

Flotsam (what we’re obsessed with right now)

A second trap design from Gittings. Lionfish are attracted to the structures inside. (Steve Gittings/NOAA)

The Levee (A featured project that emerged from Oceandotcomm)

Jetsam (what we’re enjoying from around the web)

The Longest Sailable Straight Line Path on Earth. Credit: Rohan Chabukswar and Kushal Mukherjee

Lagan (what we’re reading from the peer-reviewed literature)

Shipping News (academic and ocean policy wonkery)

Driftwood (what we’re reading on dead trees)

Derelicts (favorites from the deep archive)

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One comment

  1. Yuliya Ivanova · May 7

    It’s so sad to see that many trash on the seafloor. it’s crazy what people do, why not just to collect your trash after a picnic on the beach …. so sad. 🙁

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