The Water Column

A Day With Rolex Scholar Megan Cook

Megan shares some of the amazing adventures she's had diving all over the world as the recipient of the Our World Underwater Scholarship. Read More »

The Weekly Dive Vol. 64

Chinese foreign fishery catch vastly underreported; dolphin-safe tuna certification requirements expansion proposed; and more ocean news. Read More »

Blue Zoo: Macaroni Penguin

The macaroni penguin was named after 18th century British “macaronis,” flamboyantly dressed men. Read More »

Ocean STEMulation: Sea Lion Bobs to a Beat

While moving in rhythm was thought to be linked to vocal mimicry, this sea lion shows that there’s more to it. Read More »

Fisheye: Spring Barrels Ahead

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. Read More »

Apply to the Sylvia Earle Ocean Conservation Award and Win $500!!

Submit a video about your ocean hero to enter for One World One Ocean Campaign and MY HERO's Sylvia Earle Ocean Conservation Award. Read More »

The Weekly Dive Vol. 63

Deep-sea submarine donated to science by James Cameron; increased Antarctica sea ice may result from melt; & more ocean news. Read More »

One Moon One Ocean: Star Whales

New species of whale discovered on a moon of Jupiter. One World One Ocean announces new film and conservation campaign, Star Whales. Read More »

Blue Zoo: Sea Spiders

Sea spiders form a taxonomic class called pycnogonida and can be found in all oceans and most marine habitats. Most species are very small. Read More »

What’s Current This Week: Vol. 5

A curation of everything wonderful I picked up while surfing the web. Read More »

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