Shark Culling Considered In Hawaii And Australia After Slew Of Attacks
Culling is basically organized mass hunting. Governments sanction the killing of a certain number of sharks with the hope of stopping rampant attacks.
Thursday Dec 5
The East Hampton Star
Diving Into Marine Science
Starting in January, the Ross School in East Hampton will launch a program devoted to the study of marine science.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Sunfish strands in Kenya
National Geographic Explorer Tierney Thys, marine biologist and adventurer extraordinaire, is perhaps best known for her work tracking massive 10-foot long, 5,000-pound ocean sunfish , or mola, around the globe.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Surfers mourn death of actor Paul Walker
The details surrounding the death of Paul Walker are altogether shocking. Initially, a media conglomerate released a hoax article alluding to Paul Walker's death.
'Microplastic' Waste Poisoning Marine Ecosystems
Image Caption: Microscopic fragments of plastic - or microplastics - are pieces of plastic less than 5 mm in diameter and are a global marine pollutant.
Smithsonian's Aquarium After Dark gives kids unique look at Indian River Lagoon
At closing time, when they turned out the lights, the Smithsonian aquarium staff noticed how otherworldly the attraction became at night, and wanted to share the sight with others.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Paul Walker, RIP: Passion for Marine Biology, Charity
Paul Walker was synonymous with fast cars and pretty women - having starred in the "Fast & Furious" franchise and alongside some of the prettiest actresses in the world including Jessica Alba.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Ventura County Star
Travel: 5 smart choices for family exploration
Kids and their parents know it's cool to be smart. Here are five places that will supercharge your family's brainpower.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
The New Yorker
On a recent Wednesday that felt like the first of winter, about a hundred and fifty children - mostly under seven - and their parents gathered at Pier 40, over at West Street and Houston.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
From swing to science
This article is part of an ongoing series here on Dal News focusing on international voices in our community.
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Six UCSD scholars named AAAS Fellows
Every year at this time, there's a lot of low level nervousness on American college campuses as researchers and scholars wait to find out if they have been elected a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the nation's largest general science organization.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
The Huffington Post
Sperm Whale Explodes In Stomach-Churning Clip From Faroe Islands
A purportedly dead sperm whale exploded after it was pierced by a local on the Faroe Islands, its innards blasting forth as if spewed from a sideways volcano.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
UC San Diego
Six UC San Diego Professors Named 2013 AAAS Fellows
Six professors at the University of California, San Diego have been named 2013 Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the nation's largest general science organization.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
This Is Somerset
How a trip to an aquarium can help stresses float away
Trouble sleeping? Feeling stressed out? The answer might not be found in a trip to the doctor's but a visit to your nearest aquarium instead.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Monterey County Herald
MAOS marine sciences program founded with college in mind
Geoff Von Saltza holds a Gumboot Chiton mollusk collected on the beach while teaching his marine biology class to Monterey Academy of Oceanographic Science students on Del Monte Beach in Monterey in October.
The Marion Star
Sara Davis' future is under the sea
Sara Davis feels being a part of the marching band at Marion Harding has taught her to be a leader.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
Girl Scout Alumna named Brilliant 10 by Popular Science magazine
Girl Scout of Central & Southern NJ alumnae Mya Breitbart recently was honored as one of the Brilliant 10 by Popular Science Magazine for her work in mapping the genomes of an entire ecosystem at once.
Fri Nov 15, 2013
Tiger shark tracking program underway
Scientists from the University of Hawaii are now tracking over a dozen tiger sharks, and allowing the public to see where they're located via the web.
Environmental News Network
Longline Fisheries in Costa Rica Hook Tens of Thousands of Sea Turtles Every Year
Hundreds of kilometers of commercial fishing lines slither along coastal waters in Costa Rica, hooking thousands of mahi-mahi and many other marketable fish.
Wed Nov 13, 2013
Ocean acidification studied by former Narooma local
OCEAN RESEARCHERS: Australian Institute of Marine Science researchers including Sam Noonan working off PNG on the issue of ocean acidification.