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Recovering After a Hurricane

Some cities are more resilient than others

A Summer of Science by the Sea, 2014 (Part II)

Summer Student Fellows dive into ocean research

A Summer of Science by the Sea, 2014 (Part I)

Summer Student Fellows dive into ocean research

The Socioeconomic Costs of Ocean Acidification

Seawater's lower pH will affect food supplies, pocketbooks, and lifestyles

Tara Hetz

Maine lobsters and right whales

Farming Shellfish in Zanzibar

Aquaculture project aims to produce food and reduce poverty

Proposals Emerge to Transfer Excess Carbon into the Ocean

Increasing urgency about climate change has spurred schemes that may seem radical

Dumping Iron and Trading Carbon

Profits, pollution, and politics all will play roles in ocean iron fertilization

Lessons from Nature, Models, and the Past

Other lines of evidence inform the debate on ocean iron fertilization

What Are the Possible Side Effects?

The uncertainties and unintended consequences of manipulating ecosystems

Will Ocean Iron Fertilization Work?

Getting carbon into the ocean is one thing. Keeping it there is another.

Fertilizing the Ocean with Iron

Should we add iron to the sea to help reduce greenhouse gases in the air?

A Modest Proposal to Sustain Lobsters and Lobstermen

Relax minimum legal size requirements, but reduce number of traps

Do Fishing Regulations Lead to More Accidents?

Fishermen say yes; new study suggests no

'Seasonal Pump' Moves Water Between Ocean and Aquifers

Seawater is drawn underground in winter and flows into ocean in summer

In and Out of Harm's Way

Shipping lane changes proposed to prevent collisions with whales

A Whole New Kettle of Fish

New legislation and task force to explore open-ocean aquaculture

Which Way Will the Wind Blow?

Marine scientists have a key role to play in the debate over wind farms in the coastal ocean