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Yesterday, hundreds of scientists, purveyors and economists gathered at the Aquarium to re-envision the future of sustainable ...
As if producing the oxygen we need to survive wasn’t enough, human civilization has relied on the ocean as a primary source of energy ...
Established in 1972, the National Marine Sanctuaries program seeks to preserve the beauty, biodiversity, history and economic benefits of s...
Photo courtesy of Pat Venturino.
A bioblitz is a unique citizen science experience in which participants work with a variety of specialists...
While out on the boat, participants actively engage in catching sharks and reeling them in. Once reeled in, each shark has its length ...
Recently, the Aquarium’s Conservation team welcomed 51 hatchling diamondback terrapins from our site at Poplar Island. After passing ...
Steve and Tony, why do you think it is important for people to understand the astonishing diversity of aquatic life so often out-of-sight ...
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What is ocean acidification?
Ocean acidification is when carbon dioxide is absorbed by seawater and results in ...
In fact, very little about this living fossil has changed in the more than 445 million years since it first roamed the ocean.
A hard, extern...
Microplastics and marine debris, defined by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) as any persistent solid material that...