When The Nature Conservancy, the nation’s largest environmental group, came into Morro Bay, California, in 2006 and bought out all the fishing rights—effectively closing millions of acre
Researchers have found another potential downside to climate change: warmer waters could make fish accumulate more mercury, increasing the health risk to people who eat seafood.
3-D printing meets fish tracking
Conservation biologists want in on the 3-D printing revolution.
Menhaden are modest little fish so rich in oil that they’re sometimes called the soybean of the sea.
Sprawling man-made structures are creating a gelatinous future
Doppler radar for fish could revolutionize ocean monitoring
John Nielsen talks with Stephen Palumbi
Eco-sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor is founder and creator of two underwater museums that double as artificial reefs.
Divorcing shark-fin soup from Asian wedding menus
Simple fixes bring marine life back to urban coastlines