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[10/24/2011] Run-off, emissions deliver double whammy to coastal marine creatu...

[10/20/2011] NOAA releases status on Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary ma...

[10/18/2011] Simple nerve cells regulate swimming depth of marine plankton

[10/11/2011] Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund awards grant to R.J. Dunlap Ma...

[10/4/2011] New study of Glover's Reef challenges whether corals will be...

[10/4/2011] University of Texas marine scientists awarded $5.6 million for st...

[10/4/2011] New study of Glover's Reef challenges whether corals will ben...

[9/28/2011] Global conservation priorities for marine turtles

[9/13/2011] Major threats foreseen due to Europe's changing marine enviro...

[8/30/2011] Marine Science Institute receives $7 Million grant to study the i...

[8/29/2011] Preserving 4 percent of the ocean could protect most marine mamma...

[8/12/2011] Hidden Baja undersea park is the world's most robust marine r...

[7/27/2011] The Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation awards research grant to RJ Dunla...

[7/25/2011] Mitochondria share an ancestor with SAR11, a globally significant...

[7/25/2011] LabBits: News from the Marine Biological Laboratory

[7/18/2011] Study shows small-scale fisheries' impact on marine life

[7/11/2011] Data revealing migrations of larval reef fish vital for designing...

[7/1/2011] Scientists discover that Hawai'i is not an evolutionary dead ...

[6/27/2011] Navy, Marine Corps tests autonomous zero-power bathythermograph s...

[6/21/2011] Surprises from the ocean: Marine plankton and ocean pH


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