[Netherlands] Oceans once teeming with life are being whittled away. Larger, predatory fish – salmon and tuna included – are now Continue reading Lab-grown microalgae could help sustain the world’s overfished oceans
[USA] Corals depend on their symbiotic relationships with the algae that they host. But how do they keep algal population growth in Continue reading How do corals make the most of their symbiotic algae?
[USA] When Hawaii’s Kīlauea volcano erupted last year and poured hundreds of millions of tonnes of lava into nearby waters marine Continue reading Kīlauea’s volcanic eruption set off an algae bloom so big it was picked up by satellites
[Global] Green is the new black when it comes to meeting the world’s energy demands, and biofuels have a major role to play in Continue reading Asian Scientist Magazine: Fueling the future
[USA] University of South Florida researchers recently released a study on “brown macroalgae” or sargassum, the world’s largest Continue reading World’s largest seaweed bloom stretches from Africa to the Gulf of Mexico
[Canada, Global] I drafted this while looking north over the frozen Lincoln Sea, at the northernmost tip of Ellesmere Island in Canada. Continue reading Graham JC Underwood: Disappearing sea ice is changing the whole ecosystem of the Arctic
[USA] On a sunny, slightly breezy day, a team of marine researchers and their partners headed out on Saco Bay to begin harvesting Continue reading UNE researchers harvest seaweed from their ocean farm
[Chile, UK] We all know that among the many environmental problems our planet faces, one of them is entirely fixable. Nearly everything Continue reading Chile-based designer creates alternative to single-use plastic – It’s from the sea
[USA] Growing up near the beach, Brian Ulaski often overlooked wrack, the seaweed that washes up on coastlines Continue reading Researchers delve into unexamined world of Alaska seaweed
[Global] Dense aggregations of tall, brown seaweeds are commonly found along temperate coastlines. These underwater kelp forests Continue reading Are microbes to blame for the loss of underwater seaweed forests?