Among the tools that European scientists use to understand climate change are the instruments of the Boknis Eck underwater observatory in the Baltic Sea, which measures methane in the seabed, water current flows and other data. Now the undersea installation
Proximity to people rarely benefits most species, least of all marine predators like sharks.
Seahorses worldwide are facing a variety of grave threats.
If you’ve seen the movie “Finding Nemo” or its charming sequel, then you’re probably familiar with the clownfish in the film. In real life, though, Nemo’s counterparts live in coral reefs threatened by climate change, and now researchers have found
The EU hands out yellow cards to countries that it considers to be in violation of sustainable fishing practices.
Water pollution is a primary cause of coral bleaching, researchers say.