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AMY YUMIKO GREEN
AQUATIC AND FISHERIES SCIENCE STUDENT - UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
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Bay-to-Beach Life
Encounters with marine life in and along Monterey Bay
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Beach Chair Scientist
...Since 2008, bringing a simplified perspective to the questions you have while relaxing on the beach. info@beachchairscientist.wordpress.com
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Better Know a Fish!
A blog on fish biodiversity. Written by Ben Young Landis.
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Bomai Cruz
No summary available for this site.
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British Oceanographic Data Centre
Latest news from the British Oceanographic Data Centre (BODC). BODC is a national facility for preserving and distributing oceanographic and marine data. Staff have direct experience of marine data collection and analysis and they work alongside information technology specialists to ensure that the biological, chemical, physical and geophysical data handled are documented and stored for current and future use.
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Cephalove
No summary available for this site.
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Deep Sea News
No summary available for this site.
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Deep Type Flow
Conversations about marine science with the lay science enthusiast.
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Deep-Sea News
No summary available for this site.
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Grouper Luna
This is a blog about sexy groupers going on a honeymoon. The honeymoon, a reef fish spawning aggregation, is one of the most breathtaking shows in nature. Once a year, most reef fishes aggregate at only a few sites of the reef to spawn. Spawning is linked to the moon cycle. Hundreds to thousands of fish (depending on the species) swim in a synchronized ballet  under a moonlit ocean, until males and females spawn en masse, releasing the next generation of baby fish into the ocean currents. Worldwide, 80 % of known reef fish spawning aggregations are overfished, and 20 % of them have been fished to extinction. This blog focuses on research and conservation of reef fish spawning aggregations, specially those of large-bodied groupers. Other topics on marine conservation will also be explained.
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halejessie
blog about all things ocean
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I’m a Chordata! Urochordata!
No summary available for this site.
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Imphibious
Marginalia along the edge of the ocean.
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Justin Gregg
dolphin scientist guy
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Mad as a Marine Biologist
Life through the goggles of a Marine Biologist. Biology, ecology, natural history and Conservation.
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Mad As a Marine Biologist
No summary available for this site.
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Mola Mola
No summary available for this site.
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New England Aquarium Global Explorers Blog
Join New England Aquarium explorers and researchers as they post from the field.
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New England Aquarium Marine Animal Rescue Team blog
The New England Aquarium's Marine Animal Rescue Team posts updates as they rescue and rehabilitate stranded, injured and diseased marine animals from throughout the New England coastal region. The team is currently treating dozens of cold-stunned sea turtles that were rescued from Cape Cod Bay. Posts feature photos and video of animal care procedures and are written by veterinarians and rescue staff.
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New England Aquarium Right Whale Research Blog
The New England Aquarium is part of a massive collaborative effort to protect critically endangered North Atlantic right whales from ship strikes, gear entanglements and other threats. This blog features posts from the field and other updates from the research team. All work and images are under scientific permit from NMFS.
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Ocean of Hope: Marine Animals Voice Their Wishes
This blog is by the marine animals that are on the front line of the many changes (climate change, acidification, pollution, and overfishing)happening to their ocean world.
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Ocean Portal
At the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History's Ocean Portal, we focus on everything ocean: unusual and everyday organisms, ocean-inspired art, researchers devoting their lives to exploring the still mostly mysterious ocean. The Ocean Portal Blog is where we invite guest bloggers to share their research or opinions about on-going ocean issues.
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oceanicexplorer
I'm Steve Pogonowski, a former journalist/media relations contractor turned marine biology student. I currently live in the small coastal town (some call it a city: population 32,000) of Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia. I'm making a return to blogging after starting first year of a Bachelor of Environmental Science (Marine Biology) at Deakin University in Warrnambool. Specialisation in that pretty wide field is still to be decided but I'm pretty keen on conservation of fish stocks, looking at ways to change the laws on whaling and basically finding out more about human effect on the oceanic food webs.
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Oceanographer's Choice
Oceanography, marine ecology, and other (mostly) ocean-related stuff by a grad student in Seattle. Nekton, plankton, pings, and backscatter.
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Octopus Chronicles
No summary available for this site.
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Prairies To Patch Reefs
A Graduates Perspective of Coral Reef Studies, Scientific Diving and Bioinformatics - Here I talk about papers I have just read, conferences I attended or even to tell other graduate students about some helpful resource I just found.
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Saltwater Science
Marine science is fascinating, diverse, and relevant to us all. From tiny plankton to enormous mammals, currents, climate and corals, three scientists break down the science of the sea.
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Science Club
Science Club aims to provide you with the latest and most interesting environmental science news from around the world.
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SeaMonster
A blog about all things ocean - science and sports, creatures and ecosystems, conservation and discovery
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