A New Survey Finds That Green Turtles Numbers Are Increasing in the Pacific
But the results are not so rosy for the critically endangered hawksbill turtle.
Are Orcas Responsible for a Shrinking Pacific King Salmon Population?
New research suggests that Chinook salmon are being run down by a growing population of killer whales.
Listening for Humpback Songs Across the Open Ocean
Researchers are hoping to discover new travel routes of the Pacific humpback by utilizing a robot that monitors their unique means of long-distance communication.
Crab Invasions, Tropical Visitors, and Massive Marine Die-Offs: What’s Going on In the Pacific?
Mass die-offs in the Pacific are sending the emaciated bodies of seabirds, seals, and sea lions ashore from California to Alaska.
The Sea Star and Urchin Die-Off You've Never Heard Of
Two years before sea star wasting syndrome hit the Pacific Northwest, death swept through 60 miles of California coastline.