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Ocean scientists around the world are studying the "unique moment" of quiet created by the pandemic. The researchers have called their vast listening experiment: The

Redesigning ship propellors and installing acoustic “curtains” could lower the volume on anthropogenic noise that disrupts ocean life Scientific American Shipping noise and other sounds

A glut of discarded single-use masks and gloves is washing up on shorelines and littering the seabed  The Guardian 'Covid waste': disposable masks and latex gloves

“I don’t want your hope. I want you to panic…and act.” Greta Thunberg does not mince words when speaking truth to power, and her soft

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN: More than 190 nations are hammering out a treaty as industry rushes to cash in The bluefin tuna is one of the biggest,

THE JAPAN TIMES:   The number of days marked by potentially destructive ocean heat waves has doubled in 35 years and will multiply another fivefold

OBIS-SEAMAP, Ocean Biogeographic Information System Spatial Ecological Analysis of Megavertebrate Populations, is a spatially referenced online database, aggregating marine mammal, seabird, sea turtle and

NPR:    At a pier in San Diego, researchers on Wednesday recorded the warmest sea surface temperature since record-keeping began there in 1916. Every day, researchers

The European Commission and UN Environment have continued to pool their efforts and resources to jointly support high level policy events particularly follow-up to

MONGABAY:  Humans have wiped out most of the pristine parts of the world’s oceans, a new study has found. In the first global mapping of