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Pacific herring swimming through a bull kelp (Nereocystis luetkeana) forest on Vancouver Island, B.C. (Fernando Lessa)

Why some of British Columbia’s kelp forests are in more danger than others

Kelp forests around the world, and in Canada, are under threat. New research sheds further light on the health, and resilience, of these crucial ecosystems.
West coast of Barrow Island, overlooking the submerged northwestern shelf. Kane Ditchfield

We have revealed a unique time capsule of Australia’s first coastal people from 50,000 years ago

Barrow Island off the coast of Western Australia holds a unique record of First Nations people. For millennia, they lived on vast plains that are now drowned by the sea.
A piece of debris thought to belong to MH370 on display in 2019. EPA/Fazry Ismail

MH370 disappearance 10 years on: can we still find it?

It remains one of the biggest aviation mysteries – the tragic disappearance of passenger flight MH370. But a new, targeted search of the seabed could still yield answers.

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