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Page | September 21, 2007 at 13:50

Coral Tears in Thailand are Shed for All the World’s Oceans

Blog by Phil Kline | January 23, 2012

 CORAL BLEACHING MEANS THESE TWO FISH MIGHT HAVE WHAT’S LEFT OF THE REEF ALL TO THEMSELVES. Surin Island is your quintessential tropical paradise 60 km off the west coast...

Fish Story

Blog by jhocevar | August 18, 2010

We’re out in the Dry Tortugas National Park, 70 miles west of Key West and hundreds of miles from the BP Horizon site. The weather’s been kind so far, as you can see from the ship’s webcam , which has enabled us to get in three...

Submarines for a healthy Gulf

Blog by John Hocevar | October 17, 2010

A couple days ago, we advanced the cause of science and conservation by throwing someone else's hundred thousand dollar piece of equipment over the side of the ship.  It sank to the bottom.   Fortunately, this was all part of the...

Water water everywhere, but greed has pushed us to the brink

Blog by John Hocevar | October 15, 2010

Greetings from Viosca Knoll, out in the Gulf of Mexico (and happy Blog Action Day ). If you google Viosca Knoll, you might find a bit about the cold water coral reefs which are found here. Most of what you'll find, though, are...

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