Terramar's The Daily Catch

Newly Identified Baleen Whale Species Is Found All Around The World

Salvatore Cerchio stunned the small world of whale science in 2015 when he found examples of a new species in the wild for the first time. Now, he’s mapped the habitat of that species, called Omura’s...

Data Reveals The Overland Migrations Of World’s Longest Migrating Seabird: The Arctic Tern

Data from a landmark study of the world’s longest migrating seabird reveals how overland migration is an integral part of their amazing journey. Analysing the data from electronic tags retrieved from 47 Arctic Terns,...

Deepest Parts Of Southern Ocean Have Now Been Mapped By Scientists

A team of researchers led by British Antarctic Survey has for the first time mapped the deepest part of the South Sandwich Trench in the Southern Ocean. This part of the ocean is more...

For Nearly 10 Years, Students In Iceland Have Been Tracking The Disappearance Of Their Local Glacier

In the south of Iceland, just inland from the main ring road that circles the country, sits the Sólheimajökull glacier—a mass of ice that stands stark against the black volcanic landscape. Several hundred meters...

David Abel, “Lobster War” – American Shoreline Podcast

On this episode, Peter and Tyler dive deeper into the changes facing the Maine lobster fishery by welcoming David Abel to the show. Peter and Tyler were introduced to David and his film “Lobster...

30 Years After The Exxon Valdez Oil Spill – The Effects Still Linger

Dig a shallow hole into certain beaches along Alaska’s Prince William Sound and you will still find oil from the 1989 Exxon Valdez spill. As your shovel scrapes through gravel, the crude will mix with the...

Restaurant Demand For Smaller Fish Filets Spells Bad News For The Oceans

Bigger isn’t necessarily better when it comes to catching, selling and eating fish. For certain snappers, in fact, a market preference for plate-size whole fillets is driving fishermen to target smaller fish. For some...

Study Reveals Climate Change Is Affecting Fish In Ontario Lakes

Warmer temperatures are having a ripple effect on food webs in Ontario lakes, according to a new University of Guelph study. Researchers have found warmer average temperatures over the past decade have forced fish...

Researchers Peek Deep Into Earth’s Mantle For The First Time Beneath Mid-Ocean Ridge

For the first time ever, researchers have been able to peek deep into the mantle of the Earth under an ultraslow mid-ocean ridge, where they have been able to observe mantle melting and growth...

Crystal Sanders, Fish Revolution – American Shoreline Podcast

Peter and Tyler sit down with Crystal Sanders, Fisheries Scientist and Founder of Fish Revolution. Crystal is a marine scientist dedicated to sustainable fisheries. She works directly with the commercial fishing community, the distributors,...