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The ocean twilight zone could store vast amounts of carbon captured from the atmosphere

An ocean scientist describes plans for an ‘internet of the ocean,’ with sensors and autonomous vehicles that can explore the deep sea and monitor its vital signs.
Sea turtle sanctuary has survived 40 years. Climate change may kill it

Sea turtle sanctuary has survived 40 years. Climate change may kill it

Against long odds and initially strong opposition, a pristine marine preserve in the Philippines has thrived for decades under the care of local fishermen. Warming waters threaten the achievement.
Study: Marine protected areas’ powerful 'spillover effect' helps fish and fishers
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Study: Marine protected areas’ powerful 'spillover effect' helps fish and fishers

Scientists have shown for the first time that protecting highly valuable but imperiled tuna in huge marine preserves pays off in the recovery of so many of the migratory fish
Once devastated, these Pacific reefs have seen an amazing rebirth

Once devastated, these Pacific reefs have seen an amazing rebirth

The most astonishing and heartening coral rebirth the world has ever seen came to light recently.

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Arctic science crumbles

With Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Arctic science crumbles

Russian scientists are being barred from international collaborations, including at-sea surveys and scientific conferences.
Sprawling coral reef resembling roses is discovered off Tahiti

Sprawling coral reef resembling roses is discovered off Tahiti

The reef, which is just under two miles long and is in “pristine” condition, was found by a team of divers mapping the ocean floor for UNESCO.
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Heat wave killed marine wildlife en masse
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Heat wave killed marine wildlife en masse

An early estimate points to a huge die-off along the Pacific Coast, and scientists say rivers farther inland are warming to levels that could be lethal for some kinds of salmon.
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