A researcher swims in the midst of a Nassau Grouper aggregation as part of an ongoing effort to track the critically endangered species numbers.
Clown fish face an uncertain future as they lack the reproductive genetic variation to cope changes in their environment driven by climate change
The emergence of a new coral disease in Micronesian reefs, termed grey-patch disease, is reported in the open access journal Microbiome.
Disbelief and disappointment are some of the more PG-rated reactions coming from the ocean conservation community on Tuesday in response to a decision not to protect mako sharks.
The marine biologist’s new book describes his lifelong love affair with the oceans, and the grave threat undersea life faces
the administration announced it plans to designate more than 300,000 square nautical miles off the coasts of Alaska, California, Oregon, and Washington as critical habitat for three vulnerable humpback whale populations.
A coral rubblefield in South Sulawesi, Indonesia, severely damaged by illegal dynamite fishing.
Scientists have used historic DNA to discover some of the highest-risk populations of the endangered dugong are so genetically distinct, losing them would be the equivalent of losing a species of elephant.
Researchers of the 2019 Nautilus expedition exploring Southwest Baker Island in the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument spotted a Cirroteuthid octopus.
When the managers of the Great Barrier Reef recently rated its outlook as very poor, a few well-known threats dominated the headlines.