Do the wings of an airborne monarch butterfly move through the air the same way the tail of a bottlenose dolphin moves through the sea?
Posts Tagged ‘marine’
A new study determines five factors that make marine protected areas most effective.
Some recent headlines we didn’t want you to miss!
Are faceless sponges the true heroes of coral reef ecosystems?
What’s going on with the oceans and what can we do?
A few recent headlines to help you ponder and protect our planet.
Fossils found sixty years ago are creating controversy. Again.
James Cameron and a team of scientists have found diverse life deep in the ocean. Have they also found the origins of life?
How do we protect fragile ecosystems and species while conserving cultural activities? In part two of our series on Marine Protected Areas and indigenous peoples, we discuss California’s protected areas and what that will mean for coastal indigenous communities.
How do we protect fragile ecosystems and species while conserving cultural activities? We explore a recent, historic proposal in BC, Canada in this first of a two part series on Marine Protected Areas and indigenous peoples.