Like booze, sex and profanity, plastics have become a sin.
I presented my summer research, which explored the use of fisheries learning networks in countries around the world, at a recent conference.
As part of a marine conservation biology course, we explored the management challenges present in the ever-changing landscapes of barrier islands.
As we start to acutely feel the negative effects of outdated regulatory policies (and sometimes simply a lack thereof), its time to push for change.
Over the past two years, I have had the unique opportunity to explore the intersection of gender and scientific research. That’s provided me with a new lens to reflect on my own experiences as a female scientist.
On a trip to Mexico, Jill Hamilton (MEM’18) got a chance to see the economic, environmental and socially-sustainable fishing practices being used by a Yucatan fishing cooperative.
Jill Hamilton tells the story of a diving trip to Cozumel, Mexico, for a weeklong coral reef biology course.
The controversial Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Refuge is an attempt to maintain some shelter for endangered marine organisms.
When large nets are used to capture desirable species, there is often “bycatch” of undesirable species that are often thrown back into the water.