Dead dolphins: Autopsies underway in mass killing, 400 animals lifeless on beach Examiner.com “Yuri Hooker, director of the marine biology unit at Cayetano Heredia University, told a news source that in other parts of the world, a majority of...
(Reuters) - A two-inch minnow found only in an Oregon valley will be the first fish removed from the federal threatened and endangered species list because it no longer faces extinction, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced on Tuesday.
More research is necessary for an accurate determination of how marine species will cope long-term with ocean acidification, according to a new research review in the journal Trends in Ecology and Evolution.
New evidence confirms that gray seals are feeding on harbor porpoises, a behavior that was not witnessed before 2011. Gray seals are known to feed largely on fish, but in September of 2011, two dead harbor seals washed ...
The phrase “climate change” has passed through the lips of every scientist and policy maker in the nation. It is a looming cloud on the horizon that has already seeped tendrils into our everyday lives.
A study led by Denis Duboule shows that limbs emerged during evolution by modernisation of a preexisting DNA structure. Our first four-legged land ancestor came out of the sea some 350 million years ago.
By Kristen HaysHOUSTON, Feb 4 (Reuters) - Royal Dutch Shell saidon Tuesday it is ramping up production at its newest Gulf ofMexico oil and gas platform, its first to start up after BPPlc's 2010 Macondo
A new platform in the still not recovered Gulf of Mexico. A new recipe for disaster?
12-Million-Year-Old Whale Skull Fossil Found Hiding In Plain Sight At ... Huffington Post A whale fossil that's been sitting on the grounds of a Southern California school for perhaps 80 years may be a previously unknown species.
Science Recorder Researchers solve mystery of underwater 'fairy rings' in the Baltic Ocean Science Recorder Since the first photos of the strange circular formations off the Baltic coast of Denmark were snapped in 2008, researchers have been...
The Guardian Scientists to launch bio robots in Indian Ocean to study its 'interior biology' The Guardian Australia's science agency has teamed up with its Indian counterpart to release bio robots into the Indian Ocean in order to “revolutionise”...
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - California residents should dramatically cut back on water use, the governor said on Thursday, as the worst drought in nearly four decades threatened agriculture, triggered bans on fishing and led to mandatory rationing in...
Shellfish and their calcium carbonate shells have taken the spotlight during the ocean acidification discussion. We know that other animals in the ocean will be affected, but we’ve only just begin looking beyond shells and skeletons.
Seaweed transplant revives barren reef FIS The authors say the potential environmental and economic implications of losing these habitats would be comparable to the more highly publicised loss of Australia's tropical coral reefs.
The first worldwide analysis of the extinction threat of all sharks and related species has just been published, and the news is sobering. Of the 1,041 known species of chondrichthyan (cartilaginous)...
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