Puerto Rico’s tourism industry is booming as nations lift COVID-19 travel restrictions, but development is displacing people who have lived along its coastlines for years.
Creating opportunities to meaningfully engage women in governance and decision-making is necessary to achieve gender equality in small-scale fisheries.
When humans eat fish, mussels and other foods containing antibiotics, the residual antibiotics may cause bacterial pathogens to become resistant.
Successful management of shared fish stocks depends on countries’ collaborative efforts and adaptation to a changing world.
A new ‘protein roadmap’ produced by CSIRO reveals foods set to fill fridges by 2030 as health, environmental and ethical concerns push consumers away from meat.
New research investigating the yabby diets found just how crucial these crayfish are to aquatic ecosystems.
Growing research shows that fish produce sounds that other creatures listen to to find food and avoid becoming prey. A new database compiles research on these fish sounds.
Farming shellfish instead of large, predatory fish, is also better for the planet.
Hard and strong, or bendy and flexible? A cartilaginous skeleton provides advantages in the ocean, but wouldn’t stand up to life on land.
The Biden administration is moving to revive mercury limits for coal-fired power plants. A scientist explains mercury’s health risks and the role power plants play.
For the opening of the One Ocean Summit in Brest from February 9 to 11, 2022, France’s marine research institute looks at promising avenues of research to protect the planet’s largest ecosystem.
Growing interest in psychedelics has spurred new research decades after hallucinogenics were tested in Saskatchewan in the 1950s. And an unassuming common fish is proving a useful test subject.
As climate change worsens, their findings highlight the importance of conserving natural river flows to enable freshwater species to respond and adapt.
COVID-19 greatly disrupted local market dynamics at landing sites, within the communities, and connections to more distant markets.
A staggering 85% of the world’s chalk streams are found in England.
The ocean is naturally noisy. Here’s what all the buzz is about.
No country has a higher diversity of sharks than Australia. That means we have a special responsibility to protect them.
The presence of a vulnerable species in Ekor Waterfalls, Nigeria, is a signal that the area could support other rare or threatened species.
Salmon migrate thousands of miles from inland streams to the ocean and back. The newly enacted infrastructure bill includes funding to help salmon and other wild species on their way.
Personality profiling reveals hidden behaviour of cleaner fish used to control parasites in salmon aquaculture.