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Long-distance movement of microplastics

Airguns and ship sounds dangerously disrupt the natural behaviour of the "unicorn of the sea." Study

Baleens - beneficial gluttons of the high seas

Australian bushfires triggered prolific phytoplankton blooms vast distances away

A serious disease of Chinook salmon, originating from fish farms in Norway, has now spread to wild salmon off the coast of BC: Study.

WHAT GOES ON ON THE HIGH SEAS? "SEASPIRACY" PROVIDES AN INSIGHT. AND IT WILL SHOCK Y0U.

Tough Times for Animal Travellers

As giant ice shelves collapse amid global warming in the Arctic, experts call for more protection for the "Last Ice Area" (LIA). The vast communities of plants and animals living there could be lost, they warn, before we even get to understand them!

Recent research shows: More rare, endangered sharks are dying in the worldwide trade in shark fins than earlier feared.

Arctic ocean moorings shed light on winter sea ice loss

There is at least 10 times more plastic in the Atlantic than previously thought

Measuring ecosystem disruption caused by marine heatwaves

Rapidly warming oceans have left many northern marine mammals swimming in troubled waters. But perhaps none more so than that strange and mysterious "unicorn of the sea," the narwhal.

Toxic Tides