A new study demonstrating how otters slow coastal erosion underscores the far-reaching benefits of reintroducing top predators.
Many countries have banned shark finning as cruel and unsustainable. New research shows it might have led to a rise in shark deaths.
By combining satellite technology with state-of-the-art machine learning, researchers mapped undisclosed industrial activity at sea on a scale never done before.
New research shows saltwater aquariums are a multi-billion dollar industry with more than 6 million hobbyists. That could mean a lot of people interested in protecting reefs.
Sunken ships creates obstacles for bottom-trawling, creating a refuge for marine creatures.
A team of scientists mapped out a series of kelp forest “stepping stones” calibrated to where habitat will exist and how species might move.
Scientists uncover which genes make coral more resistant to a deadly disease, another step on the road to industrial-scale coral farming.
In their experiments, 80% of broccoli, lettuce and pak choi seedlings survived on seawater and sunshine—with little human involvement.
By combining key traits of two bacterial species, the team created a novel bug that can break down plastics in salty conditions—at room temperature.