Ocean apps and beluga migrations: Thursday Afternoon Dredging, April 19th, 2018
Cuttings (short and sweet):
- Follow marine scientist and public educator Maeva Gauthier on twitter!
- Want to save the ocean? There’s an app for that! By Tim Fitzgerald, for the EDF blog.
- Historic deal to curb shipping emissions. By Anna Hirtenstein, for Bloomberg.
Spoils (long reads and deep dives):
- How culture guides belugas arctic odyssey. By Joshua Rapp Learn, for Smithsonian Magazine.
- Shell game: saving Florida’s oysters may destroy local culture. By Laura Reiley, for the Tampa Bay Times.
- Plastic is literally everywhere: the epidemic attacking Australia’s oceans. By Graham Readfearn, for the Guardian.
- Budding barnacle bonanza. By Heather Wiedenhoft, for Hakai.
- The shellfish gene. By Ed Yong, for the Atlantic.
- Why this insurer wants to put the spotlight on growing “ocean risk.” By Jessica Leber, for OceansDeeply.
- How deep sea fish got to be so exceptionally black. By Elizabeth Ann Brown, for National Geographic.
Please add your own cuttings and spoils in the comments!
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