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Florida is reeling from an unprecedented fish kill in the Northern Indian River Lagoon, along the state’s eastern coastline.

On 23 February 2016, President Obama announced plans to close the notorious military prison at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. Whether he’ll be able to is a...

Bubbles – yes, bubbles – could help protect coral reefs, oyster farms, and other coastal ecosystems from increasing ocean acidification, according...

Future sea-level rise is a problem probably too big to be solved even by unprecedented geo-engineering such as pumping water masses onto the...

Weizmann Institute researchers have developed a new experimental platform for studying coral biology at microscale resolutions, which is already...

Dolphin research has revealed that the social bonding patterns and calving of adult female bottlenose dolphins can be predictable in time and space.

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