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Anchovies are a key part of the Pacific Ocean’s food web. They are nutrient-rich fish that are important prey for more than 50 species of marine wildlife, from albacore tuna and chinook salmon to
In the U.S., floating wind technology is projected to revive wind energy that has historically been constrained by location, equipment shortages, and disgruntled oceanside property owners. For California, offshore wind could be the key
Plankton are the foundation of the marine food web as they are intricately balanced within the greater climate and carbon system. Plankton help to regulate and produce half the oxygen on Earth making them
Saildrone and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration have partnered to put 5 hurricane drones into the Atlantic Ocean where hurricanes frequent with the hopes of gathering data to better forecast dangerous storms. On September
The Nature Conservatory has created and recently released a new mapping tool to display the impacts of offshore wind turbines on marine life along the East Coast. This announcement comes as “President Biden aims

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