As an idea that began as a joke, critter-driven ocean mixing has long been controversial. Now scientists have caught spawning anchovies causing turbulence and stirring the sea.
Teeth and scales preserved in marine sediments suggest that fish thrived during one of Earth’s fastest-warming periods.
Isotopic analysis indicates that mercury found in deep-sea organisms may have an origin in carrion from near the surface.
New study finds evidence that magnetite particles play a role in fish navigation.
Contact with oil may make it harder for the fish to avoid additional exposure, creating a vicious cycle following offshore oil spills.
An alliance of First Nations, provincial, and federal leaders worked with scientists, engineers, and emergency responders to rescue critical salmon stocks in western Canada.
Your fish fillet may have less omega-3 fatty acids, an important nutrient for brain health, by the end of the century.
Noise pollution may be changing how some species of fish develop.
A new study could help manage sardine populations in coastal waters.
Preliminary results from a recent study may begin to shed light on why megalodons died out before the most recent ice age.