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Bluefin tuna is one of the largest fastest, and longest-lived migratory marine species in the world. These qualities have prompted researchers to study how various species of Bluefin tuna can be used as local
Nova Scotia is exploring a pilot project to improve the health of the ocean and provide a more sustainable form of food production referred to as restorative or regenerative aquaculture. This multi-year study observes
The Great Barrier Reef’s widest coral, nicknamed Muga dhambi or “big coral” in the local indigenous language, has survived upwards of 430 years and 99+ widespread bleaching events. “ Knowing that these things [like
A twenty-year-old chemistry student is designing a magnet to capture microplastics as water flows past it. Fionn Ferreira realized that “oil could be used to attract plastic.” The student has designed a magnetic liquid
Scientists have forever estimated that a large sum of Earth’s primary productivity happens in the ocean. However, scattered measurements could not provide an dependable estimate for the ocean. Now, data collected by these robotic

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