Cuttings (short and sweet):
- Follow Skye Augustine, a marine biologist studying traditional indigenous fisheries management practices, on twitter!
- A plate of lies: seafood mislabeling. By Meghan Fox, for the Fisheries Blog.
- 2017 was the hottest year yet for the world’s oceans. By Sarah Gibbens, for National Geographic.
- Helping sound out of water: new materials could help scientists to eavesdrop on marine mammals. From Nature’s research highlights.
- Is your child texting about ichthyology? Prosanta Chakrabarty explains how to decode these messages, because if you don’t talk to your kids about ichthyology, who will?
Spoils (long reads and deep dives):
- Tribal culture is underwater, and falling through thin ice. By Debra Utacia Krol, for the Revelator
- How drones can protect Amazon river dolphins. By Sophie Yao, for the Guardian.
- How a scientist counted the fish in a huge marine reserve in just 8 days. By Matthew Berger, for OceansDeeply.
- Where plastic goes, coral disease follows. By Andrea Thompson, for Scientific American.
- Was Your Seafood Caught With Slave Labor? New Database Helps Retailers Combat Abuse. By Clare Leschin-Hoar, for NPR
Please add your own cuttings and spoils in the comments!
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