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Cuttings (short and sweet):
- Follow Joe Cunningham, a marine engineer who was just elected to Congress, on twitter!
- The dive bombing birds of Newfoundland. By Craig McClain, for Deep Sea News
- How much does it cost to save a species? Less than you think! By Erik Vance, for the last word on nothing.
Spoils (long reads and deep dives):
- Yes, the Octopus Is Smart as Heck. But Why? By Carl Zimmer, for the New York Times.
- Global biodiversity treaty (Convention on Migratory Species) searches for its moment in the spotlight. By Isabel Esterman, for MongaBay. Do you know about CMS? Why do you think it gets less publicity than other conservation meetings?
- It’s Time for Journalism to Ring the Alarm About Climate Change More Loudly. By Daniel Grossman, for the Revelator
- Connecting fish, rivers, and people. By Abigail Lynch, for the Fisheries Blog.
- The secrets of lonesome George: genome may contain clues about longevity. Editorial from Nature.
- Code red: An update on Florida’s toxic seas. From the Save Our Seas Foundation blog.
- Fishermen blame, sue energy companies for climate change that affects their catch. By Alistair Bland, for NPR.
Please add your own cuttings and spoils in the comments!
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