Tag along to see some of the logistics, some of the science, and assorted highlights of doing fieldwork in an environment that most people never get to see, the Bering Sea.
Tracy & Felt: a new web series that uses fun and humor to explore “the magical and not-to-distant world of science and nature.”
A movie about a fish that really sucks was a 1st Place winner in the 2016 Ocean 180 Video Challenge.
As beauty and appreciation of the Salish Sea flow off the pages into the minds of readers, a key objective of the authors is achieved: to connect people with their home
David Eisenhower will be participating in a compelling conversation with Dr. Nina Bednarsek Sunday Sept. 13, 2015 at the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art from 3 to 5 PM, where coincidentally he has a breathtaking exhibition of his marine sculptures.
Imagine exploring the open ocean, diving hundreds of feet deep, and observing the unperturbed ocean and the myriad animals that inhabit this last frontier on earth—all from the comfort of your own home.
In this keystone tome, zoologist Eugene Kozloff describes the common plants and animals that inhabit rocky shores, sandy beaches, and quiet bays and estuaries from Monterey to northern British Columbia.
Who eats whom?
Whose dads are guarding eggs?
What happens when a crab hides in an octopus den?
What do geoduck do from their first moments of life until their old age? How do they reproduce? Then where do they go?
Fin whales produce some of the loudest noises in the animal kingdom. So loud that marine geophysicists have found fin whale calls recorded by seismometers they use to detect earthquakes. Since these whales haven’t been studied much, scientists are using the whale’s calls to learn more about their behavior.