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Dugongs Score a Temporary Victory

Feature story | January 31, 2008 at 12:33

Dugongs, a relative of manatees, have scored a temporary victory against the mighty powers of the United States military. The military has plans to build a landing strip right over the habitat of the endangered dugong. As the dugongs are on...

Marine Protected Areas as Part of Washington’s Global Warming Strategy

Blog by Amber Smith | September 2, 2014

In Washington State, scientists, policy wonks, journalists, conservation groups, and the seafood industry have been studying global warming’s disastrous effect on marine ecosystems and brainstorming ways that society can prevent and mitigate...

Canyons

Page | January 23, 2008 at 13:19

The Bering Sea is home to some of the largest submarine canyons in the world. These unique habitats are deep enough to provide refuges for species that have literally no place else to hide from industrial fishing operations, and are likely to be...

New Coral Data for Bering Sea Canyons

Publication | January 23, 2008 at 12:57

The Bering Sea is home to some of the largest submarine canyons in the world. These unique habitats are deep enough to provide refuges for species that have literally no place else to hide from industrial fishing operations, and are likely to be...

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