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Canals are vital conduits for the global shipping industry. They’re also so contentious that they’re often stalled or cancelled.
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Top predators such as sharks often have ranges that extend far beyond the borders of coastal marine protected areas: .
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“Hey, fish, that highlighter-yellow blob with electric blue gills tastes rotten and is going to make you sick!” Nudibranchs: are armed and fabulous:
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Today's article includes comment by University of Hawai’i marine ecologist Elizabeth Madin: @ElizMadin@UHawaiiNews
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Our latest article includes Lancaster University marine ecologist Nicholas Graham.
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A new metric for refining conservation efforts in marine protected areas.
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The secret lives of sea slugs:
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Top predators such as sharks often have ranges that extend far beyond the borders of coastal marine protected areas.
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The cleaner wrasse appears to have passed the mirror test—a standard test of self-recognition. If the finding holds, this humble fish will join a very exclusive club.
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A new metric for refining conservation efforts in marine protected areas.
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On fish farms, sea lice chew through the protective effect of vaccination.
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Svalbard’s ringed seals are losing their ice-bound habitat—but they’re learning to live on land.
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Armed & fabulous: Overwhelm your eyeballs with vibrant, squishy, slug-beauties via 's nudibranch gallery, featuring our very own world-renowned sea-slug expert (discoverer of 1000+ species!) Terry Gosliner.
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Hakai Magazine Sep 19
All nudibranchs lack a shell, but beyond that there are few set rules when it comes to their shapes, forms, colors, and life histories:
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At the Campbell River estuary, nature was evicted by the logging industry—years later, conservationists helped usher it back in.
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Hakai Magazine Sep 19
In Norway, the Future of green seafaring has arrived.
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