Eric Heupel is a graduate student at University of Connecticut in Oceanography. He keeps a personal blog at Eclectic Echoes and Larval Images, and used to be part of The Other 95% team along with me before we closed shop. You can find Eric tweeting as @eclecticechoes. —————————————————- A few weeks ago there . . . → Read More: Scientist in Residence: Is It Time to Relax Fishing Regulations?
Frankly, I’m a little ashamed to have my first post be all human-interest-y, without a single hypodermic penis in sight. Still, I can’t resist highlighting this ludicrous NYT article about couples who bicker over sustainability. NYT human interest stories always end up making you hate everyone in it, and this is no exception. Mr. Fleming, . . . → Read More: Seafood Watch breaks up another relationship
A few days ago DSN received a letter from one of our fans, [sic] To whom it may concern, After reviewing your comments concerning the Sea Shepard, it is quite apparent that you do not appose the killing of whales by the Japanese!! It is also apparent that you support such actions by these savages!! . . . → Read More: We Get Mail – Sea Shepherd Shenanigans Edition
One of my favorite remarks from the reviews of Deep Sea News over the years was “… gotta love them niche blogs”. I don’t see it in our current reviews, but trust me its been said, and it runs through my mind every time I see a new and fascinating blog. Consider Through the Sandglass, . . . → Read More: Who are you calling a niche blog?
For all our hip metro readers that will be in New York City on Saturday Feb. 7th, you will not want to miss this event. Unfortunately, none of the Deep Sea News team lives above the Mason-Dixon Line. New York Times Live Presents Stories from a Changing Planet A TimesTalk Event WHAT: Watch a dynamic . . . → Read More: Polar-Palooza in NYC
Frank A. brought my attention to this video on Marie Tharpe at the New York Times. Other scientists dismissed her work as “girl talk,” but she refused to back down — and changed the way we see the planet. You can also read more about her here. In the words of the late James Brown, . . . → Read More: Marie Tharpe