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Grant Funds Microplastics Research in Delaware Bay

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University of Delaware researchers have received funding to study the distribution and concentration of microplastics in the Delaware Bay. This small debris can cause problems in the aquatic food chain. The UD team is hoping their findings can help government regulators shape new policy to protect the environment.

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How X-Rays Helped to Solve Mystery of Floating Rocks

Experiments at Berkeley Lab’s Advanced Light Source have helped scientists to solve a mystery of why some rocks can float for years in the ocean, traveling thousands of miles before sinking.

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Why More Juvenile Sharks Off California’s Coast Is a Good Thing

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Young great white sharks are using California’s coasts as a sort of nursery, says Chris Lowe, director of the CSU Long Beach Shark Lab.

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Canadian Archaeologists Challenge the Credibility of GIS Methods to Assess the Impact of Weather on Shoreline Erosion

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Although computer models of archaeological sites are commonly used to yield insights which contribute to the protection of heritage materials, scientists often question their credibility, calling for these long-term trends be ‘ground truthed’ in order to ensure that calculated rates of change reflect observed phenomena ‘in the field’.

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Climate Change Refuge for Corals Discovered (and How We Can Protect It Right Now)

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WCS scientists have discovered a refuge for corals where the environment protects otherwise sensitive species to the increasing severity of climate change.

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Gulf of Mexico Alliance Receives NAS Capacity Building Grants

The Gulf of Mexico Alliance is pleased to announce the receipt of two NAS Gulf Research Program capacity-building grants.

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Rise of Aggressive Reef Predator May Impede Sea Urchin Recovery, Study Finds

A new study suggests that an aggressive reef competitor—the Threespot Damselfish—may have impeded the recovery of Caribbean long-spined sea urchin populations after a mysterious disease outbreak caused a massive die-off of these animals over three decades ago.

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Code of Conduct Needed for Ocean Conservation, Study Says

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A diverse group of the world's leading experts in marine conservation is calling for a Hippocratic Oath for ocean conservation ― not unlike the pledge physicians take to uphold specific ethical standards when practicing medicine.

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