Why don’t we have more places where people can hang out in the submarine world without actually getting wet? As I was speaking with a friend the other day about the Naval Undersea Museum in Keyport, WA, she said she had been to the museum but was very disappointed because it wasn’t undersea at all! […]
SEA-Inside: Pacific Northwest — a TV series that takes you for a journey to meet our neighbors under the surface of Pacific Northwest waters.
Would you like to peer out the window of a submarine as it explores the ocean floor? Did you ever dream of being the first person to see some bizarre underwater phenomenon? Are you a fisher who likes to watch fish in their natural habitat? Or a gamer who likes unusual challenges?
A beautifully illustrated overview of the rich storehouses of biodiversity underpin our quality of life, our economies and much of our cultural identity. The photographs in this book are inspiring!
One thing I especially like about the work of John Hemmen is exemplified in the accompanying image: showing not just fish but relationships.
The Shifting Baselines web site is a treasure trove of videos, serious and funny, professional and student made. They all share a common theme: shifting baselines.
When the sea turns its enormous power against us, our best defense is to get out of its way — but to do that, we must first be able to predict when and where it will strike.
The International Marine Conservation Congress (May 14-18, 2011 in Victoria BC) distinguished itself by incorporating art into the long days of technical talks by scientists. I reported earlier on a beautiful and moving song by a 10 year old who performed at the conference. A tall totem pole, a permanent part of the conference center […]
This video about the impact of ocean acidification upon our shellfish and the Puget Sound was created, directed and co-filmed by a group of dedicated Suquamish High School youth who want to bring about community awareness of this iss
Oceans contain habitats as different from one another as rainforests are from deserts. From coastlines to the deepest ocean trenches there lives a vast array of marine life – some rare, some bizarre, some astonishingly beautiful.