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USPS issues 10 stamps celebrating bioluminescent life; scientist to speak at Feb. 22 Fort Pierce ceremony - Linn's Stamp News

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Linn's Stamp News

USPS issues 10 stamps celebrating bioluminescent life; scientist to speak at Feb. 22 Fort Pierce ceremony
Linn's Stamp News
Widder is CEO and senior scientist of the Ocean Research and Conservation Association that she founded in 2005. A specialist in bioluminescence, Widder has designed submersible instrumentation and a remotely operated deep-sea camera system, according ...

Drone Captures Massive Swarm of Jellyfish Off British Columbia That Weighs More Than 70 Tons - Mental Floss

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Mental Floss

Drone Captures Massive Swarm of Jellyfish Off British Columbia That Weighs More Than 70 Tons
Mental Floss
The Hakai Institute, a scientific research institution that supported the survey, faces the bay. The remote area is within the Heiltsuk First Nation territory. This is the first time a drone has been used to locate and study jellyfish blooms, Hunt ...

URI scientist: Hydrothermal vents speed development of deep-sea ... - URI Today (press release)

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URI Today (press release)

URI scientist: Hydrothermal vents speed development of deep-sea ...
URI Today (press release)
The robotic arm of a remotely operated vehicle collects an egg case from a Pacific white skate near the Galapagos Islands. (Photo by Ocean Exploration Trust/Julye Newlin). KINGSTON, R.I. – February 8, 2018 – A team of scientists from the University of ...
Deep-sea hydrothermal vents as natural egg-case incubators at the Galapagos Rift | Scientific Reports - NatureNature

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'Absurdly small': Taxonomy funds shrivel amid rising threats and discoveries - The Sydney Morning Herald

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The Sydney Morning Herald

'Absurdly small': Taxonomy funds shrivel amid rising threats and discoveries
The Sydney Morning Herald
Claire Rowe, a marine biologist at the Australian Museum, is researching the spread of upside-down jellyfish in NSW waters. Photo: Steven Siewert. "A lot of my friends that I graduated with are struggling to find science jobs without pursuing postgrad ...

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11 Billion Pieces of Plastic Are Smothering Reefs, Infecting Corals - News Deeply

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News Deeply

11 Billion Pieces of Plastic Are Smothering Reefs, Infecting Corals
News Deeply
Also unknown is the extent that bleaching would make corals more vulnerable to pathogens transmitted by contaminated plastic. Coral scientists are confident of the link between plastic contamination and coral disease, thanks to the study's extensive ...
Plastic waste associated with disease on coral reefs | ScienceScience
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