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ocean acidification & bleaching

Bleaching, it’s not just for corals

Giant clams suffer similar struggles with warming water, though the consequences don’t seem quite as dire.
open net salmon farming
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Anti-salmon-farming activists are playing a global game of whack-a-mole

Increasing regulation in several countries is forcing open-net-pen salmon farmers to pack up shop. But then what happens?
Kotzebue Alaska cyanobacteria blooms
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The foul chartreuse sea

Researchers in Kotzebue, Alaska, are investigating why their town is increasingly playing host to harmful cyanobacteria.
Dungeness crab monitoring project
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Shining the light on baby crabs

In British Columbia, a monitoring project with light traps may illuminate the future of the prized crustaceans.
wind turbines disrupt larval cod
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For baby cod, offshore wind turbines offer an alluring tone

Experiments show larval cod will orient themselves toward the simulated sound of a turbine.
Antarctic Tourism negative impacts
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Antarctic tourism is up, but experts give it a thumbs down

Fuel spills and invasive species could be just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the impacts of increasing tourism in Antarctica.
marine food web disruption
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For whales and crabbers, finding balance is getting harder

As climate change causes more marine heatwaves, finding space for both is getting even more difficult.