Message in a Bottle, the brainchild of Asher Jay, is a conceptual, collaborative, art installation that offers individuals who hail from a variety of disciplines the opportunity to express their concerns and hopes for Planet Ocean through creative media. This endows marine conservation with a unique united front from which [...]
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I got a fascinating email from NASA’s Dr . Jonathan Trent and OMEGA project scientist regarding the first part of this blogpost concerning algae biofuels. Here is his feedback on the matter: Hello Nico. I like your website and I appreciate your comment that algae biofuels is an idea worth [...]
We have iPhones they have rocks evolution in motion. Watch Video more info after the wave: ~~~~~~~~~~ The first video of tool use by a fish has been published in the journal Coral Reefs by Giacomo Bernardi, professor of ecology and evolutionary biology at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Bernardi [...]
Ziphius There Is An App For That! Give it to the Portuguese, a once powerful maritime nation, to bring to us the coolest and the first water drone in the Mundo. After watching the videos of this hydrospeeder-drone-meets-Tamagotchi, I have to admit I want one. Not only is this thing [...]
Incredible footage from one of our favorite place on Earth! go full screen and pump up the volume! BAJA from Erick Higuera on Vimeo.
Scuba , tech diving then submersible and ROV’s we are now facing a new era in Ocean research and it does not involve human beings.
Critter cams have to be the coolest thing ever to happen in the field of biology and research. As far as entertainment goes, it beats watching Honey Boo Boo and the Kardshian’s nonsense. So seat down relax, shut off the TV and be prepared for real entertainment! Blue whales know [...]
Each year, an estimated 10,000 shipping containers fall off container ships at sea. Although many of these containers float at the surface for months, most eventually sink to the seafloor. No one knows what happens to these containers once they reach the deep seafloor. From March 8 to March 10, 2011, [...]
As we are all seating in the comfort of our life, here is what is happening now in the life of a Grey Whale while migrating south to their mating and calving grounds here is their journey: click to enlarge and the challenges met along the long way down:
About 100 years ago, marine biologists hauled the first vampire squid up from the depths of the sea. Since that time, perhaps a dozen scientific papers have been published on this mysterious animal, but no one has been able to figure out exactly what it eats.