[USA] Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant is getting nearly $1 million to figure out how to raise tiny crustaceans called copepods Continue reading Studies toward growing tiny algae and crustaceans as fish larva food
[Chile] A top scientist caused further torment to Chilean salmon industry executives by claiming throwing away millions of fish killed Continue reading Chile farms lost millions by needlessly throwing away salmon after algal bloom
[Global] Today, let us find out why crabs, lobsters, crayfish, shrimp, and some other crustaceans turn red/orange when cooked. Continue reading Why do crustaceans turn red when cooked?
[USA] With just a week to go before sport anglers can begin setting traps for Dungeness crab, a persistent bloom of toxic red algae off the Pacific Coast is threatening to Continue reading California’s Dungeness crab season start in doubt due to toxic algae offshore
(Bloomberg) — Harmful algae off the coast of South Africa has killed more than 200 metric tons of West Coast Rock Lobster, according to the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries. Continue reading Harmful Algae Kills 200 Tons of Rock Lobsters Off South Africa
What would you find if you could look deep under the Arctic sea ice?
Thanks to a new ice-worthy robotic autonomous underwater vehicle, or AUV, scientists don’t have to speculate Continue reading New robotic vehicle fit to scan under the Arctic ice
[USA] When University of Georgia ecology professor Jeb Byers first came to Georgia, he figured seaweed wasn’t on the list of species to study.
“They said you’re not gonna ever see seaweed again,” Byers recalled. “It Continue reading An invasive seaweed settles in its Georgia niche