Florida Is Having a 10-Month Streak of Toxic Red Tide
Florida Is Having a 10-Month Streak of Toxic Red Tide
Can clay particles, ozone, or phages stop the algae bloom that is killing wildlife and posing a health risk to humans?
Florida Is Having a 10-Month Streak of Toxic Red Tide
Florida Is Having a 10-Month Streak of Toxic Red Tide

Can clay particles, ozone, or phages stop the algae bloom that is killing wildlife and posing a health risk to humans?

Can clay particles, ozone, or phages stop the algae bloom that is killing wildlife and posing a health risk to humans?

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NOAA: Common Pesticides Threaten Endangered Salmon, Other Marine Life
NOAA: Common Pesticides Threaten Endangered Salmon, Other Marine Life
Shawna Williams | Jan 16, 2018
Organophosphates jeopardize dozens of species, a federal review finds.
Image of the Day: Bay Nettle Jelly 
Image of the Day: Bay Nettle Jelly 
Aggie Mika | Oct 17, 2017
From their smaller size and fewer tentacles, nettle jellyfish inhabiting the Chesapeake Bay are noticeably different from their ocean-dwelling counterparts, prompting scientists to classify the two as different species.
Biology Labs Hit by Harvey’s Eye Face Long Road to Recovery
Biology Labs Hit by Harvey’s Eye Face Long Road to Recovery
Shawna Williams | Sep 15, 2017
At the University of Texas’s Marine Science Institute, the hurricane caused more than $100 million in damage, killed hundreds of study animals, and displaced numerous researchers, but its work continues.
Trump Announces NASA Head and NOAA Assistant Secretary
Trump Announces NASA Head and NOAA Assistant Secretary
Jef Akst | Sep 4, 2017
The president’s picks for the two science-related positions must be confirmed by the Senate. 
Image of the Day: Wounded Coral
Image of the Day: Wounded Coral
The Scientist Staff | Jul 13, 2017
Certain corals in the Gulf of Mexico were devastated by the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill’s reverberating destruction.
Terabytes of Government Data Copied
Terabytes of Government Data Copied
Kerry Grens | Mar 8, 2017
The latest stats on volunteers’ efforts in recent months to preserve environmental information generated by federal science agencies
Warm-Blooded Fish
Warm-Blooded Fish
Bob Grant | May 15, 2015
The opah, or moonfish, is a deep-sea fish that regulates its body temperature more like a mammal than any of its finned kin, researchers have determined.
US Research Fleet Bottoming Out
US Research Fleet Bottoming Out
Chris Palmer | Jun 12, 2013
Without major investment, the federal oceanographic fleet will shrink to a third of its current size over the next 20 years.
Obama Seeks Science Stimulus
Hannah Waters | Feb 14, 2012
President Obama released his proposed 2013 budget request, featuring a 1 percent increase in research spending overall.