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Special Issue: Ocean Sound

This year’s special issue reports on the organizations and technologies that are mapping the soundscape of our unsilent seas, and revealing some surprising discoveries along the way.

Hurricane Nicole Sheds Light on How Storms Impact Deep Ocean

In early October 2016, a tropical storm named Nicole formed in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. It roamed for six days, reaching Category 4 hurricane status with powerful 140 mile-per hour-winds, before hitting the tiny island of Bermuda as a Category 3.

IPCC Report: Choices Made Now Are Critical for the Future of Our Ocean and Cryosphere

The latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Special Report highlights the urgency of prioritizing timely, ambitious and coordinated action to address unprecedented and enduring changes in the ocean and cryosphere.

Acoustics at BOEM: Newly Released Journal Focuses on Ocean Sound

The latest issue of the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) science and technology journal—Ocean Science—highlight some of the Bureau’s efforts to understand and minimize the impacts of ocean noise.

The Hidden Ark: How A Grassroots Initiative Can Help Save Fish from Extinction

Freshwater fish are a highly diverse group, representing nearly half of all fish species.

Santa Barbara Coastline: Preparing for the Future

New multidisciplinary study takes the long view of Santa Barbara coastline vulnerability and provides options for adaptation

New Research Puts Australia at Forefront of Blue Carbon Economy

In world-first research, Edith Cowan University researchers and an international team of collaborators have accurately quantified the amount of greenhouse gasses -- or 'blue carbon' -- being absorbed and emitted by Australian marine ecosystems

German Fishermen's Skepticism Towards EU Impedes Compliance with its Regulations

Game of chance experiment: In a relationship with an unpopular regulator, the truth is somewhat elastic

Safeguarding the World's Largest Tuna Fishery

Understanding the impact of modern fishing techniques is critical to ensure the sustainability of the Western and Central Pacific Ocean (WCPO) tuna fishery -- the largest tuna fishery in the world that accounts for 55% of the total tropical tuna catch and provides up to 98% of government revenue for some Pacific Island nations.

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