In a newly published paper , scientists have identified and named a new genus and species of sponge: Advhena magnifica, Latin for “magnificent alien.”
UD study looks at life inside and outside of seafloor hydrocarbon seeps.
Move over, murder hornets. There’s a new bee killer in town.
National Park Service and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service working together to support birds’ recovery.
Aquaculture, the relatively young but fast-growing industry of farming of fish and other marine life, now produces around half of all seafood consumed by humans.
Stanford scientists find the growth of phytoplankton in the Arctic Ocean has increased 57 percent over just two decades, enhancing its ability to soak up carbon dioxide.
The new study looks at how three factors have affected Lake Michigan's vulnerability to bighead and silver carp.
A newly-identified, fast-growing species of algae poses a major threat to coral reefs and the ocean ecosystem.
Sediments flowing into the bay from the Río Cauto have built up an impressive delta and even helped bury a reef.
Satellites may make it easier for nomadic herders in Senegal to survive the lean season.
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