Sealife 02/11/2020 Earthquakes can make it harder for whales to find food, first-ever study says
In 2016, a major earthquake wiped out whole animal communities, sending impacts reverberating up the food chain. Earthquakes can disrupt sperm whales’ ability to hunt for up to a year, according to the first-ever study to look at the effects of the temblors on marine mammals. On November 14, 2016, … Read more
Sealife 11/28/2019 Comment l’eau est-elle arrivée sur notre planète ?
Planète bleue. Ce surnom, la Terre le doit aux 3 milliards de milliards de tonnes d’eau qui recouvrent 70 % de sa surface. Un réservoir dont l’origine est encore discutée. Read more
Sealife 10/14/2019 We’re Pulling Tuna Out Of The Ocean At Unprecedented And Unsustainable Rates
BY CLARE LESCHIN-HOARA new study finds that tuna harvests, including of some species considered Read more
Sealife 08/01/2019 5 Gyres, Sailor Scientists Fighting Plastic Pollution
Interview with 5 Gyres, Sailor Scientists Fighting Plastic Pollution Introducing 5 Gyres, a global science-to-solutions organization studying the plastic pollution in the ocean and holding the polluters accountable. Read more
Sealife 08/01/2019 I mobili Ikea nascono dalla plastica del Mediterraneo
I mobili Ikea nascono dalla plastica del Mediterraneo La nuova vita della plastica raccolta da 1500 pescatori spagnoli sulle coste del Mediterraneo Read more
Sealife 08/01/2019 Scientists are putting antibiotics into the ocean on purpose. And it’s our only hope.
Scientists are putting antibiotics into the ocean—on purpose. And it’s our only hope. A mysterious new coral epidemic is ravaging reefs across the Florida Keys. Antibiotics are just one part of a massive rescue operation with little time to spare. Read more