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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.

Research Evidence Prompts Rethink on Global Seaweed Policy

An audience of United Nations delegates attending the FAO Sub-Committee on Aquaculture in Trondheim last week, has called for more work to be done to understand the global seaweed industry, after hearing from Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS) scientist Professor Elizabeth Cottier-Cook and five other international experts.

A First Look into the HMS Terror with Parks Canada and Deep Trekker’s Underwater ROV

The Lost Expedition of Sir John Franklin continues as Deep Trekker and Parks Canada explore the hidden mysteries of Canadian history

Eighteen Shark and Ray Species Granted New Global Trade Controls at Wildlife Conference

Makos, Wedgefishes, and Giant Guitarfishes listed under CITES with support from more than 100 countries

Coastal Infrastructure Urgently Needs a Rethink, Marine Ecologists Say

How should we be building along the global coast? A framework by UNSW scientists delivers some much-needed answers.

Mako Shark Tracking Off West Coast Reveals 'Impressive' Memory and Navigation

These top predators travel far across the Pacific, returning to the same areas in the Southern California Bight each year

Are Existing Laws Enough to Cope with Accelerating Environmental Change?

Do you think that major statutory reform is necessary address global environmental challenges? Think again.

New Technology Allows Fleets to Double Fishing Capacity -- And Deplete Fish Stocks Faster

Technological advances are allowing commercial fishing fleets to double their fishing power every 35 years and put even more pressure on dwindling fish stocks, new research has found.

Look Out, Invasive Species: The Robots are Coming

Researchers from NYU Tandon School of Engineering and University of Western Australia report robotic fish predators can quickly stress invasive fish species to curb reproduction.

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