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According to research from the University of Gothenburg, seagrass can bind its root mats to the sand and reduce cliff erosion by up to 70%.
New technology is allowing scientists to predict where, when and how long coastal dead zones persist across large regions of coastline.
PerformFISH supports the leading fish farming sector in the EU to accelerate sustainable development.
A cultural transmission: humpback whales can learn and memorise complex songs from whales from other regions.
Researchers have invented a light-activated fish robot that "swims" around quickly and removes microplastics from the water.
A new study has identified a link between genes in both the human brain and the octopus brain which could explain the remarkable intelligence of the invertebrates .
New research using zinc stable isotope ratios suggests that great white sharks may have contributed to the extinction of megalodon sharks.
Key to the health of coral reefs, scientists reveal that sea sponges are among the earliest animals to ever grace planet earth
Marine heatwave forecasts could potentially provide up to one year’s notice of changes to ocean temperatures, predicting effects on ecosystems.
Nicolas Pade, Executive Director at EMBRC-ERIC, looks at the innovation and research community to boost climate efficiency in local and central governments.
Nikolaos P. Ventikos from the School of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, and Angeliki Stouraiti from the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) explore the environmental footprint of short sea shipping and how the EU can reduce emissions.
‘Wave reserves’ used in surfing often promote the conservation of valuable coastal areas and the ecosystems that live around them.
In an optimistic 22-month study of Hawaiian coral, researchers find they may adapt well to warmer and more acidic oceans resulting from climate change.
The REEFCADE long-term research project, created and driven by Professor Rossana Martini, started in 2007 and has since been supported by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF).
Scientists say the stationary sea anemone, Nematostella, has been decreasing in numbers - as it becomes severely impacted by pollution.
As COP26 reaches its completion in Glasgow this year, the UK pledges for more urgent action and investment protecting land, nature, and oceans on their respective summit days. Here’s the breakdown.
Global warming continues to bleach the coral reef, destroying marine ecosystems - but scientists believe the future of coral restoration lies in 3D printing.
Gwo-Shyh Song from Global Aqua Survey, with Hsiu-Wen Huang from National Taiwan University, walk us through the application of the marine magnetic survey.
The study, published in the Journal of Applied Ecology, used underwater video cameras to observe that Marine Protected Areas increased fish populations by almost 400%.
The study predicts that if greenhouse gas emissions continue at Representative Concentration Pathway 8.5, then 95% of ocean surface climates could disappear by 2100.