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Hakai Magazine 36m
Can our planet’s corals be saved in a faux ocean designed for space?
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Cod can be trained to respond to sound cues, and trained fish will pass on this behavior to wild fish.
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No one is sure how avian cholera infiltrated Amsterdam Island.
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Scientists pit five commercially available shark repellents against 44 wild great white sharks.
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An international team of engineers and microbiologists, chemists and biologists, paleoecologists and aquarists will collaborate to come up with creative questions:
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Tidal fronts are the Goldilocks zone for hungry seabirds.
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“I think projects like this are necessary, but it scares me that projects like this are necessary.”
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For thousands of years, ancient Maya kings ruled a vast inland empire in Mexico and Belize. But just how inland was it, really?
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Can our planet’s corals be saved in a faux ocean designed for space?
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Want to know more about noise pollution?
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Biosphere 2 was developed with otherworldly ambitions but now may be a key component in the race to save corals.
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Hakai Magazine Nov 13
Check out these interesting coastal jobs:
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Hakai Magazine Nov 13
Can our planet’s corals be saved in a faux ocean designed for space?
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Hakai Magazine Nov 13
Can our planet’s corals be saved in a faux ocean designed for space?
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Hakai Magazine Nov 12
New research shows that these shark repellants don’t have much bite.
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Hakai Magazine Nov 12
Sable Island should be drifting with the waves. Scientists are trying to find out why it’s not.
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Hakai Magazine Nov 12
these diving seabirds tend to have high hunting success at the boundary between mixed and stratified water:
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MBARI Nov 12
When it comes to versus humans, ultimately, the question is: who gets to eat first? It’s dangerous to blame the decline of one species on a single predator. We humans like to do it anyway.
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Hakai Magazine Nov 12
An ingenious Indigenous fishing technology with spiritual significance is making a comeback.
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Oceanwire Nov 10
Superstorm Sandy punched a hole in this lsland. You'll never guess what happened next. Well, if you're a coastal ecologist you probably have a good guess. RT  via
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