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Mar 19 2015 | Quanta Magazine | Posted In: In the News
"Comb jellies are ancient marine predators whose comb-like cilia refract light as they swim. Biologists are intrigued by their highly unusual nervous systems." Click here to read the full article.
Mar 19 2015 | Center for Ocean Solutions | Posted In: In the News
"Susi Pudjiastuti, Indonesia’s Minister of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, has built up quite a reputation based on her outgoing, no-nonsense attitude and far-reaching success as a female entrepreneur—not to mention her tattoos. She flies planes, founded a charter airline company and seafood export...
Mar 13 2015 | National Geographic | Posted In: In the News
"Low-oxygen areas are expanding in deep waters, killing some creatures outright and changing how and where others live. It may get much worse." Click to read the full article.
Mar 12 2015 | Monterey Herald | Posted In: In the News, Research Spotlight
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Mar 12 2015 | Monterey Herald | Posted In: In the News, Research Spotlight
"Researchers at Stanford’s Hopkins Marine Station are using an autonomous, wave-powered vehicle to keep tabs on the comings and goings of great white sharks." Click to read the full article.
Feb 26 2015 | Mercury News | Posted In: In the News
"The plight of East Coasters may seem distant to Californians fretting over the latest predictions for a toasty, dry March that would almost certainly extend the devastating drought from three years to four. But, climate scientists say, the sometimes freakish weather abnormalities are two parts of...
Feb 23 2015 | CBS SF Bay Area | Posted In: In the News
"For sushi and sashimi lovers the most prized and pricey cut is the tender, red belly of the Pacific Bluefin tuna.  "But we have a big problem: We love this fish so much that we’re eating it into extinction." Click to read the full article.
"Two-thirds of high seas fisheries are depleted or overfished, with impacts of climate change and marine pollution compounding the problem. Technology and political will can reverse the downward trend and move toward sustainability." Click to read the full article from Stanford School of Earth,...

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