Floridian flamingos and fishing in the twilight zone: Thursday Afternoon Dredging, March 1st, 2018
Cuttings (short and sweet):
- Follow Kristina Tietjen, a marine conservation biologist working in Kiribati, on twitter!
- A case for wild flamingos calling Florida their home. By Joann Klein, for the New York Times.
- The underwater damage left behind by hurricanes. From NPR’s Weekend Edition.
- Even corals have microbiomes. By Jason Goldman, for Hakai.
- Life of an albatross. By Liza Lester, for the Ecological Society blog.
- Senate Committee to consider updates to fish act. By Beth Beard, for the American Fisheries Society blog.
Spoils (long reads and deep dives):
- The ocean’s twilight zone faces fishing threat. By Alistair Bland, for OceansDeeply
- What we don’t know about the arctic: a remarkable ecosystem. By Henry Huntington, for the Ocean Conservancy blog.
- Antarctica’s king penguins could disappear by the end of the century. By Matthew Taylor, for the Guardian.
- Dams are fragmenting the Amazon. By Claire Asher, for MongaBay.
- Saltwater lakes filled with jellyfish found in Indonesia. By Elaina Zachos, for National Geographic.
Please add your own cuttings and spoils in the comments!
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