Tiny marine organisms painstakingly build expansive coral reefs, one tiny piece of calcium carbonate at a time.
Sit on a beach long enough, and the sun will set, the wind will die down. But the tides will roll in and out, and the waves will crash ceaselessly.
With smokers flicking an estimated 4.5 trillion cigarette butts into the ecosphere each year, it’s time take a tougher stand against the toxin-laden litter.
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The US has laid claim to billions of acres of coastal seas, but that vast area produces very little seafood for Americans. Therein lies a dilemma: should the U.S.
Researchers looking for a better way to clean up oil spills are taking a cue from the humble cactus.
Researchers have devised a simple but effective way to reduce the number of turtles accidentally caught by fishing nets: illuminate the nets with ultraviolet lights.
Danajon Bank in the Philippines, a biodiverse region that’s home to nearly 200 threatened species, is one of only six double barrier reefs in the world.
Music in the key of algae
A new take on Buckminster Fuller’s iconic map