Environmental winner documents the impact of the Deepwater Horizon disaster on the ecosystem — the human ecosystem.
Full Frame Festival: A Springtime Cornucopia of Documentaries
With the first ...READ MORE
Something fishy’s goin’ on with the the shrimp off the coast of Maine.
Maine Shrimpers Cut off
You may have heard, the 2014 shrimp season in the ...READ MORE
In this case, as with Sandy, “super” is definitely not superfine.
First, a Look at the Word ‘Super’
Back in the day the word “super” was reserved ...READ MORE
Oct 21, 2013 | carbon dioxide emissions, climate change, faculty, global warming, oceans, temperatures 3
And now for some good news: Despite headlines, we can’t be sure when our goose will be cooked.
For many Americans, Labor Day Weekend is traditionally the last one for a romp in oceans. Plastic should be on their minds.
Here’s an update and a bit of good news on the ocean acidification front.
Nov 5, 2012 | climate change, coasts, faculty, global warming, oceans, policy, politics, transportation, weather 1
Did Hurricane Sandy violate the State Legislature’s restriction on sea level rise?
The BP oil spill is back in the news … again.
It is euphemistically called an oil “spill.” And I suspect for many Americans it is ...READ MORE
The sorry story of the nurdle.
The story starts with plastic, well, plastic pollution actually. We’re all familiar with the problem. Plastic soda bottles filling up ...READ MORE