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Anglers vs. Conservationists. Shark eaten amberjack Palm Beach County

Sharks eating anglers’ catches with impunity, but is it a species rebound or a problem?

Commercial anglers say there are too many sharks and their catch is at risk. Conservationists…

Plastic pollution on the beach - Photo by ANGARI Foundation

Up to 2.5 million tons of U.S. plastic aren’t ending up where they should

Study finds that the U.S. generated 46.3 million tons of plastic waste in 2016 -…

Sardine school social fish behavior

An unintended consequence of commercial fishing

Are sardines smarter than we think? A new model shows that industrial fishing could promote…

Protecting fish can increase fisheries

Protecting 5% more of the ocean can increase fisheries yield by 20% according to new research

A new study found that Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) can benefit both conservation and fisheries…

Great Blue Hole near Belize reveals possible contribution of Mayan collapse

Severe Cyclones May Have Played a Role in the Mayan Collapse

The cause of the end of Mayan civilization is still debated among historians, archaeologists and…

Vaquita porpoise critically endangered

Vaquita genome offers hope for species’ survival

The smallest cetacean in the world is also one of the most critically endangered. With…

U.S. Coral Reef Report

Report sounds alarm on ongoing decline of US coral reefs

Scientists are sounding the alarm about the decline of coral reefs under U.S. jurisdiction, with…

Rough-toothed dolphins

For survival, dolphins share fish and a little more

Dolphin researchers got a rare glimpse of rough-toothed dolphins' social behaviors during a six year…

ANGARI Deep Dive Moon Jellyfish

ANGARI Deep Dive – Moon Jellyfish

November's #ANGARIDeepDive topic is the moon jellyfish (Genus: Aurelia)! Growing up to 24 inches in…

whitetip shark swimming energy

Shark biologists team up with aerospace engineer to discover behaviors of oceanic whitetips

Shark biologists, an aerospace engineer and statisticians studied oceanic whitetip sharks to learn more about…

Ocean Temps Colorado River Drought

Distant seas might predict Colorado River droughts

Using recognizable links between ocean temperatures and continental weather patterns, scientists may have come up…

leatherback hatchling rescue sea turtle baby boom

Florida could see a sea turtle baby boom – thanks to pandemic

More successful nesting rates have been recorded during COVID beach closings in Florida, and this…

USF St. Pete Campus

USF partners with NOAA to map the world’s oceans

University of South Florida College of Marine Science and NOAA have entered a multi-million dollar…

Shark Tagging

Uncovering an iconic shark’s secrets

Nova Southeastern University study [Frontiers in Marine Science] reveals that this nearly endangered hammerhead shark…

decoy sea turtle eggs

Tracking sea turtle egg traffickers with GPS-enabled decoy eggs

Researchers completed a study to show they were able to track stolen sea turtle eggs,…

Captured stone crab

Stone crab season starts Oct. 15 with new regulations

Florida’s stone crab fishery has experienced a long-term decline in harvest and is likely undergoing…

sea snails swimming

These sea snails fly like butterflies, sink like hang-gliders

New study by University of South Florida shows that marine snails swim through the water…

FAU researcher measuring ray

Scientists catalogue shark and ray distribution in Florida lagoon

Researchers from FAU Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute conducted a survey of sharks, skates and rays…

Water sampling

The $500 Billion Question: What’s the Value of Studying the Ocean’s Biological Carbon Pump?

The ocean plays an invaluable role in capturing carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere, taking…

Deep Dive Spiny Lobster

ANGARI Deep Dive – Spiny Lobster

In October's ANGARI Deep Dive topic we're covering the spiny lobster, sometimes also called the…

NOAA Aquaculture Sites

NOAA announces regions for first two Aquaculture Opportunity Areas under executive order on seafood

Federal waters off Southern California and in the Gulf of Mexico were chosen first based…

mountainous star coral

Threatened Coral Species Spawns for the First Time in Captivity in UNCW Lab

A threatened coral species, Orbicella Faveolata (mountainous star coral), was spawned in captivity at University…

Great Barrier Reef

Great Barrier Reef showing small signs of recovery says new report

The Great Barrier Reef in Australia has been under stress but is now showing some…

Manta Ray

FAU graduate uncovers first urban nursery ground for mantas off South Florida coast

FAU alumni Jessica Pate, founder of the Florida Manta Project, is the only scientist studying…

FIU surface vehicle Biscayne Bay

UPDATE 9-3-2020: Scientists provide needed attention to Biscayne Bay after fish kill and algal blooms

Scientific research is ongoing right now for a long-term problem in Biscayne Bay, Miami.  A…

Proteus Concept

Fabien Cousteau to build the International Space Station of the deep sea

ANGARI Deep Dive: Jacques Cousteau's grandson, Fabien, continues the family tradition to explore the oceans.…

Coral reef

Researchers share novel ways to restore South Florida’s coral reefs

ANGARI Deep Dive: Coral reefs are under attack and scientists are using cutting-edge methods to…

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