The Water Column

Blue Zoo: Sand Bubbler Crab

This little crab feeds on organic matter in sand, and leaves behind perfect arrangements of sand balls around its burrow in the process. Read More »


What’s Current This Week: Vol. 4

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


Blue Zoo: Barracuda

Barracudas are fierce predators as seen in “Finding Nemo” – but they usually aren't interested in attacking humans. Read More »


The Weekly Dive Vol. 59

100 million sharks are killed per year; Calif. set to protect great whites; Arctic drilling suspended for 2013; & more ocean news. Read More »


Fisheye: Manta Splash

The soul of a manta ray in a wave photo. Read More »


Ocean STEMulation: Salmon navigation

Scientists demonstrate for the first time that salmon navigate to their home rivers to spawn by following the earth's magnetic field. Read More »


My Favorite Dives Around Hilo

From turtles to manta rays, young dive master Rebecca Ziegler shares her top dive experiences around Hilo, Hawaii. Read More »


Blue Zoo: Planarian Flatworm

Many flatworms are parasites but some species are free-living and beautiful. Plus, they're hermaphrodites and can regenerate body parts! Read More »


Dolphins Call Each Other By Name

Dolphins identify themselves with a signature whistle. Scientists have discovered that they also copy other's signatures to call each other. Read More »


What’s cute and fuzzy and white all over?

Hint: It’s the world’s largest four-legged carnivore and a marine mammal whose scientific name means “sea bear.” Read More »


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