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A team of biologists from NOAA are following 73 Southern Resident killer whales off the coast of Washington state to observe the animals’ health data in real time. This approach combines objective and subjective
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
Researchers from Virginia Tech are closing in on being able to successfully convert food waste into rechargeable batteries. The fiber and biomass in food waste “was the key to develop an advanced carbon material
Trillions of black, misshapen nuggets called polymetallic nodules line the ocean floor. They formed through a complex biochemical process and are essentially a blend of nickel, cobalt, manganese, and other rare earth metals.These nuggets
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

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