[Sweden] Marine bacteria are heavily influenced by the ongoing ocean acidification caused by human emissions of carbon dioxide. This discovery was made by researchers at Linnaeus University, Continue reading Human-induced ocean acidification negatively affects marine bacteria
[UK] One might think that the rocky intertidal zone would be quite inhospitable for marine or terrestrial life. Continue reading Wildland writers: Intertidal zone teems with invertebrates, barnacles and seaweeds
[UK] The BT Young Scientist and Technology exhibition proves that innovation is not curtailed by age, writes Anthony Jordan. Continue reading Farming innovations displayed at BT Young Scientist and Technology exhibition
[USA] Alaska’s mariculture industry has passed some milestones and is getting set to head into the weeds.
Aquatic farming was approved by Alaska lawmakers in 1988 and topped $1 million in shellfish sales for the first time in 2014. Continue reading Shellfish farming becomes million-dollar industry in Alaska