Put your tentacles up and raise the sea level. It’s finally here! Compiling the Ocean’s Saltiest Hits, NOW That’s What I Call Music! DSN EDITION brings you 15 chart topping ocean science mash-ups. From School House Rock to LMFAO, salt marshes to coral reefs, these biologists drop their science with a whole sea full . . . → Read More: NOW That’s What I Call Music! DSN Edition
I was just thinking to myself the other day on how we needed more songs about the finer things in life like seagrass and amphipods. How did the scientific masterminds of the Zostera Marine Network (ZEN) know?!? Or maybe this is just what happens when you’ve been in the lab sorting epifauna samples too long. . . . → Read More: I’m a grazer baby.
It’s Saturday, 105 degrees in San Diego, I’m 100 yards from the beach, and I am in front of my computer typing away. OH THE GLAMOUR. Fortunately both you and I can live vicariously through this fine music video from the marine scientists working out of the Gump Station on the French Polynesian island of . . . → Read More: Marine biologist vs. oceanographer music video SHOWDOWN
Mark Bertness’ salt marsh ecology lab at Brown University has a lengthy academic family tree – and in fact your friendly ocean bloggers Jarrett Byrnes, John Bruno, and yours truly are little twigs on it. So with that in mind, please enjoy this truly epic science music video from the latest Bertnessians, with a special . . . → Read More: Sunday happiness: the Bertness Rock Anthem
It’s Monday, but I feel in need of a little video pick-me-up, and maybe so do you. Please enjoy this yery cute parody of Gotye’s “Someone That I Used to Know” from One World One Ocean. Via Michael Barton.
Fantastic new INVERTEBRATE POWER anthem from UK band the Internauts. H/t @daumari.
All hand drawn, frame by frame, on a ream of paper by Kijek/Adamski to visualize the song “Pirate’s Life” by We Cut Corners
Blame Jarrett Byrnes. UBC.ZOOLOGY.GAGA.WHALE from Matt Siegle on Vimeo.
Hat tip to the awesome Scicurious!