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Ocean Health

The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa’s School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology (SOEST) has announced a seven-year $50 million donation that will support multiple research goals within the Hawaiʻi Institute of Marine
For the first time in the UK, bluefin tuna have been tagged with acoustic trackers to help researchers monitor their movements. The 7cm long tag sends sound messages to listening stations allowing for scientists
A rare blanket octopus has been spotted in a ‘once in a lifetime’ encounter off Australian coast. Jacinta Shackleton, a videographer, photographer, and content creator for Queensland’s Tourism and Events, has been observing the
A study has revealed that tuna from the Pacific Ocean, one of the world’s most consumed seafood products, exposes humans to toxic methylmercury. The global ocean has an important influence on tuna mercury concentrations,
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

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