Call for Papers: Autonomous Underwater Vehicles Lead to Discoveries in the Oceanic Wilderness

IEEE Earthzine, an online scientific publication, is soliciting articles of 800 to 3,000 words for its third 2017 quarterly theme on Autonomous Underwater Vehicles.

A Dissolving Future for Coral Reefs

The latest findings suggest that ocean acidification by carbon dioxide may already be eroding reefs worldwide, and provide a crucial proof for a novel monitoring system tracking erosion on U.S. reefs.

Deeper Water Horizons – the Quest of Mandy Joye

Marine expert Mandy Joye continues to inspire, motivate and study in the aftermath of the Deepwater Horizon disaster.

Saildrones, Canoes, and Smartfins at Oceans 17

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Earthzine is covering the Oceans 17 conference in Anchorage, Alaska.

Training Future Resource Stewards – The National Coral Reef Management Fellowship

The National Coral Reef Management Fellowship provides professional experience and training opportunities in coral reef resource management.

Successes and Setbacks of the First Large-Scale Coral Nurseries in the Maldives

This article illustrates two midwater nursery technique achievements by means of cultivating thousands of coral fragments, which showed resilience from the 2016 bleaching event.

Monitoring the Ocean in Color with MatrixFlu

Dr. Oliver Zielinski of University of Oldenburg discusses the MatrixFlu sensor in a question and answer session with IEEE Earthzine.

All the Light We Cannot See: Deploying Optical Sensors to Study the Ocean

Hyperspectral cavity absorption sensors allow scientists to understand ocean microalgae cycles.

Listening to the Ocean with NeXOS Passive Acoustic Smart Sensors

International partners develop next generation, web-enabled sensors to monitor a changing ocean.

NeXOS Project Takes Aquatic Sensors to Next Level

NeXOS project helps us look at the ocean, listen to the ocean, and understand the ocean from a fish’s point of view.

Protecting Coral Reefs from Climate Change Impacts through Sustainable Tourism

In the face of global climate change and coral reef degradation, the Green Fins initiative promotes conservation through sustainable reef-dependent businesses.

Notes from the Nautilus Blog: Getting to Know a National Marine Sanctuary

Scientists, students, and viewers on land explored Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary with Bob Ballard’s Exploration Vessel Nautilus.