The Water Column

Blue Zoo: Chocolate Chip Sea Star

The chocolate chip sea star, named for the brown horns on its back, is found in Indo Pacific reefs, seagrass beds, and sandy bottom habitats Read More »

Ocean STEMulation: Whale Falls

A whale’s decomposing body becomes its own specialized seafloor habitat. It can support a whole community of animals, sometimes for decades. Read More »

The Weekly Dive Vol. 61

Ocean’s deepest point teems with microbial life; overfishing large fish could cause genetic shift to smaller individuals; & more ocean news. Read More »

Saving Kelp Forests: Abalone Restoration

This is the story of the great community effort to boost abalone populations in Orange County. Read More »

MacGillivray Freeman Looking for Freelance Copywriter

MF is hiring a Copywriter - an opportunity to contribute to a new chapter of the highest-grossing IMAX documentary company in the world. Read More »

Ocean STEMulation: Robotic Fish Get Lateral Line Sensing

Fish have special sensory organs to detect water flow, which help them find prey and swim efficiently. Now, robots can do this, too. Read More »

The Weekly Dive Vol. 60

New protections for 3 critically endangered shark species, but polar bear proposal rejected; global temperatures hit 4,000 year high; & more Read More »

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 »

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