Continental shelves and estuaries are natural sources of nitrous oxide, but current global estimates of these emissions carry a lot of uncertainty, a problem that calls for regional studies.
A new study using seawater chemistry compares the status of the iconic reef before and after a bleaching event.
Grazing rings around reefs have the potential to be used as a tool for monitoring reef health, but first, scientists have to figure out what factors govern halo size differences.
Plastic in the Oceans: Challenges and Solutions; Cambridge, United Kingdom, 7 March 2018
Mangrove forests, salt marshes, seagrass beds, and the like are carbon storage treasure troves.
Sustainable Ocean Development—A Perspective from Former, Current and Future Kiel Marine Scientists; New York, 28–30 September 2015