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Marine Biology News - Sea News on Sea and Sky

Sea and Sky's Marine Biology News page features the latest news headlines and news stories on the topic of marine biology, updated daily.
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this is a website full of recent marine biology discoveries.  Scientists have analyzed coral cores from the eastern Indian Ocean to understand how the unique coral reefs of Western Australia are affected by changing ocean currents and water temperatures. The findings give new insights into how La Niña, a climate swing in the tropical Pacific, affects the Leeuwin current and how our oceans are changing.

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Marine Life : DNews

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These Marine Life articles are full of useful information. Visit Adventure now to learn all about Marine Life.
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Marine biology, fisheries and aquaculture at Deakin

See what inspired our students to study marine biology at Deakin and why they love studying at our Warrnambool campus. See how our students get to experience...
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La prairie - ADVANCED MARINE BIOLOGY day cream SPF20 50 ml

Lesen Sie mehr http://www.amazon.de/gp/product/B008XC51VU?tag=radiafolis-21 La prairie - ADVANCED MARINE BIOLOGY day cream SPF20 50 ml Produktmerkmale La pra...
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Colored lobster rope could be safer for whales

Colored lobster rope could be safer for whales | Aspect 2 and 3 | Scoop.it
(AP)—A researcher says preventing endangered North Atlantic right whales from becoming entangled in lobster gear could be as simple as changing the color of the rope.
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Marine biologists in maine did research on the native right whale to see which colors they would respond to best.  whales were getting caught in lobster trap ropes and this is why they need to know which color they should color the ropes so that the whales wont get stuck in them. they ended up coloring the ropes orange and red.

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High-Tech Tuna Researcher Uncovers Marvels of the Big Fish - National Geographic

High-Tech Tuna Researcher Uncovers Marvels of the Big Fish - National Geographic | Aspect 2 and 3 | Scoop.it
National Geographic High-Tech Tuna Researcher Uncovers Marvels of the Big Fish National Geographic In the interim she had won the MacArthur "Genius" Award, a professorship at Stanford, and renown as a leading researcher into the biology of the...
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a dead marlin washed up on the shore and a scientist stuck his finger into its eye socket to perform a test to see how long the fish was dead.  she was astonished to find out the fish was still warm inside which is a sign of an animal being cold blooded.  the scientist concluded the fish species had developed a cross between cold bloded and warm blooded traits.

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A 'shark's eye' view: Witnessing the life of a top predator - Phys.org

A 'shark's eye' view: Witnessing the life of a top predator - Phys.org | Aspect 2 and 3 | Scoop.it
"What we are doing is really trying to fill out the detail of what their role is in the ocean," said Carl Meyer, an assistant researcher at the Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology at the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
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scientists are fitting sharks with cameras to see what their diet consists of and how they migrate.  scientists were astonished to see that the sharks traveled large ditances in groups and ate very little in that time period.  very little is known of these creatures and we learn something new about them every day.

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MBARI - Marine Technology research - Instruments for environmental monitoring and chemical analysis

MBARI - Marine Technology research - Instruments for environmental monitoring and chemical analysis | Aspect 2 and 3 | Scoop.it
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MBARI engineers and sientists have developed a variety of amazing instruments that can perform chemical analysis and even DNA analysis in the ocean. In some cases, they adapted laboratory-based instruments for use in the deep sea. In other cases, the instruments were developed specifically for MBARI's use but have applications far beyond oceanographic research.

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Submarines and Deep Technology - MarineBio.org

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Submarines, ROVs, Deep Research @ MarineBio.org
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Submarines have been in use since before World War II and they play a huge rule in our military as well as our scientific discoveries.  many scientists use submarines to travel beneath the surface of the ocean and observe sea life from a new perspective. submarines can travel to great depths that a diver would never be able to reach.

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Marine Biology Current Events and News | Macroevolution.net

Marine Biology Current Events and News | Macroevolution.net | Aspect 2 and 3 | Scoop.it
Marine Biology Current Events is our marine biology news page. It offers news about scientific discoveries and interesting current events in marine biology.
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This website changes everyday because it stays current with  new marine biology discoveries.  for example today the story is that fisheries capture of 42,000 sea turtles each year to keep for breading and selling.

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Marine Biology News

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Marine Biology News. Read scientific research on marine animals and their aquatic habitats. From plankton to whales, you will find it all here.
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EHS competes in Orca Bowl - Daily Record (subscription)

EHS competes in Orca Bowl - Daily Record (subscription) | Aspect 2 and 3 | Scoop.it
EHS competes in Orca Bowl Daily Record (subscription) According to a news release, the marine biology club won a tour of the Sea Glider Fabrication Center and Argo Floats Lab at UW, which includes glimpses into oceanographic research and new...
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Amazing dolphins stampede - caught on camera by drone (Video) - Tech Times

Amazing dolphins stampede - caught on camera by drone (Video) - Tech Times | Aspect 2 and 3 | Scoop.it
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Amazing dolphins stampede - caught on camera by drone (Video)
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Anderson believes drone technology may soon change marine biology in many of the same ways as underwater cameras.
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Sharks with cameras attached to their fins reveal surprising behavior - Alaska Dispatch

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Sharks with cameras attached to their fins reveal surprising behavior
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Thanks to some innovative technology, details about the lives of the most mysterious underwater creatures are now coming to the surface.
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Scientists attached small cameras to sharks fins and they revealed behavior never observed before.  sharks of different species would hang out together and swim at top speeds to get to there destinations instead of gliding.

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Octopus got your tongue? - Phys.org

Octopus got your tongue? - Phys.org | Aspect 2 and 3 | Scoop.it
It's an unusual coupling: A linguist and a marine biologist are working together to investigate the human tongue. In their study, the USC Dornsife researchers are using two species of ... Glowing worms illuminate the roots of behavior.
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A marine biologist teamed up with a linguist to compare the movement of octopusses arms and the human tongue.  the movents made are almost identical.

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Of God & octopods - Press Pubs

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Of God & octopods
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As a follower of that movement, the Bayport resident and accomplished biology professor at the University of Northwestern is about to embark on her second PhD, this time in theology.
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A Leading Marine Biologist Works to Create a ‘Wired Ocean’ by Ben Goldfarb: Yale Environment 360

A Leading Marine Biologist Works to Create a ‘Wired Ocean’ by Ben Goldfarb: Yale Environment 360 | Aspect 2 and 3 | Scoop.it
Stanford University scientist Barbara Block heads a program that has placed satellite tags on thousands of sharks, bluefin tuna, and other marine predators to better understand their life cycles. Now, using data available on mobile devices, she hopes to enlist public support for protecting these threatened creatures.
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