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Planning the Future Shorelines of the Caribbean Rivera – American Shoreline Podcast

Host Dan Martin takes us on a trip down to Puerto Rico with Tim Brangle, President and CEO of The Chicago Consultants Studio, a master development group expert in, among other things, urban design, tourism...

Turtle Friendly Plastic – The Innovative Solution To Prevent Pollution, Poaching, And Poverty

Every year thousands of turtles come ashore along the beaches of the south Pacific coast of Nicaragua to lay their eggs. The female turtles return to the beaches on which they were born to...

Mystery Of The Missing Plastic – Where Does All The Rubbish In The Indian Ocean Go?

Researchers at The University of Western Australia have found that although the Indian Ocean is the world’s biggest dumping ground for plastic waste, nobody seems to know where it goes. Professor Chari Pattiaratchi, from...

Inland Waters ‘Breathe’ Carbon – Scientists Discover What This Means For Global Systems

For a long time, scientists evaluating the global carbon cycle considered rivers and streams akin to pipes, channeling carbon and other solutes from the land to the sea. Today, however, scientists know that along...

How To Count A Billion Birds – New Research Gives Insight To Members Of A Massive Migration Across Gulf Of Mexico

Over the next 18 days, from April 19 until May 7, more than one billion birds will attempt the perilous journey north over the Gulf of Mexico to reach their spring breeding grounds in...

Tony Keane, President and CEO of EarthX – American Shoreline Podcast

This week, Peter and Tyler talk with Tony Keane ahead of Earth X (April 19-28), the largest environmental conference of its kind. EarthX brings together environmental organizations, businesses, academic institutions, government agencies, speakers, interactive...

Handheld DNA Tester Can Quickly Identify Illegal Shark Fins – Joins Fight Against Wildlife Crime

It was April 2017 in a large fish market northwest of Mumbai. Shark fins destined for China were piled onto tables, with a good dose of blood to go around. Tens of millions of...

Since The 1960’s, Plastic In The North Atlantic Ocean Has Tripled

In 1957 it was a piece of trawling twine commonly used for fishing. In 1965 it was a plastic bag. For more than 60 years, scientists in the U.K. have been collecting data on marine...

New Research Finds Great Whites Flee Feeding Areas When Orcas Present

New research from Monterey Bay Aquarium and partner institutions published today in Nature Scientific Reportschallenges the notion that great white sharks are the most formidable predators in the ocean. The study “Killer Whales Redistribute White...

Predicting Fish Biomass Through 3-D Coral Reef Remote Sensing

Coral reefs offer many tropical fish a vibrantly encrusted locale of refuge – a respite from the intense pressures of the sea – providing an opportunity for protection, nutrition and even reproduction. At the...