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#IAmSeaGrant, Octopus Beats Dolphins, Deep-sea Mining, and more! Monday Morning Salvage: May 29, 2017

Monday Morning SalvageMay 29, 2017

Fog Horn (A Call to Action) #IAmSeaGrant. Despite being one of the most bipartisan research programs in the United States, with a huge return on investment for coastal communities and businesses, Sea Grant is under attack from the current administration. Deep Sea News has been collecting stories from marine researchers who’ve benefited from Sea Grant […]

Conservation Wanted – dead or alive?

ConservationSeptember 16, 2016

When I was an undergraduate studying conservation in the dim and distant past, we were told that the way endangered species would be saved would be to give them a financial value, and “wise use” of these species would allow them to survive. Well, that worked well, didn’t it…? The poster species of the “wise […]

Shark News Roundup: the ecology of fear, curious whale sharks, and saving the manta rays

Conservation, ecology, marine science, Natural Science, Science, sharksNovember 16, 2010

The shark blog-o-sphere has been busy lately. Here are some of the headlines from the world of shark science and conservation. Chuck from Ya Like Dags has a fantastic post explaining the ecology of fear and how it relates to sharks. As it turns out, predators can have a major impact on an ecosystem just […]

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