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Listening for fish, glass sponges, and braking for whales: Thursday Afternoon Dredging: August 17, 2017

Thursday Afternoon DredgingAugust 17, 2017

 Cuttings (short and sweet):  Watch this tiger shark take on an albatross on some of my favorite National Geographic natural history footage  Follow Dr. Maria Jose Juan-Jorda, a postdoctoral researcher studying sustainable shark and tuna fisheries, on twitter! To see a coelocanth. By Steve Midway, for the Fisheries Blog. Scientific expedition set to explore British Columbia’s […]

10 ways drones can save the ocean

Conservation, ScienceJune 27, 2014

Over the last few months, I’ve been digging into the confusing tangle of laws that protect marine mammals and regulate the use of drones–small, semi-autonomous vehicles used by both researchers and hobbyists to observe whales and other marine mammals. You can check out the outcome of my findings over at Motherboard, where I just published Drones […]

god damn

ConservationJune 22, 2010

This is what 60 days of oil pouring into the Gulf of Mexico looks like. This is what reckless disregard for safety and the precautionary principle looks like. This is what irresponsible energy policy looks like. This is what the end of Gulf Coast fisheries for the foreseeable future looks like. This is what government […]

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