A curation of everything wonderful I picked up while surfing the web.
OWOO won the Bronze Reggie Award for Best Global Promotion and Mission Aquarius was named an honoree by The Webby Awards.
This colorful video explains how we might balance coral reef conservation with the needs of the people who depend on the reef.
Coral reefs in peril but not beyond saving; Arctic Ocean especially susceptible to ocean acidification; & more ocean news.
Feather stars and sea lilies are relatives of sea stars. They use their feathery arms to filter particles from the water for food.
In the aftermath of trauma in Boston, a family finds welcome respite in experiencing marine life - a reminder of the ocean's healing power.
To celebrate the release of To The Arctic on 3D Blu-ray and DVD we decided to have a little contest with our online community.
The ocean, our lifeline, covers 71% of the Earth’s surface, but too often doesn’t get the attention it deserves.
What it's like to join a shark tagging expedition, as told by a MacGillivray Freeman Explorers Fellow. (Hint: it's a smelly adventure.)
A community in Indonesia has halted their tradition of hunting turtle eggs in favor of protecting them, and it's paying off.
Megan shares some of the amazing adventures she's had diving all over the world as the recipient of the Our World Underwater Scholarship.
Here in Laguna Beach, the best way to catch a glimpse of some bright spring greenery is perhaps to slip below the ocean’s surface.