The Ear is a Mussel

Photo from greybirdstudio on flickr.com Mussels Stressed By Underwater Noise From Ships There are many ways that humans are impacting the ocean (chemical runoff, CO2 input, bottom trawling/dredging, oil spills, introduced species, shoreline barriers, offshore platforms - I could do this all day). One that doesn't get as much chatter is sound (or noise pollution),... Continue Reading →

JV’s Money-Market Blue-Investment Portfolio Corner for High-Yield Entrepreneurship and Dividend Maximization

Image from below article, copyright Olivier Mesnage. Catalyzing the Blue Revolution: How Investors Can Turn the Tide on Aquaculture More aquaculture-related content, my lovelies! This time, a guide from The Nature Conservancy and investment firm Encourage Capital on what kinds of aquaculture you should be investing in for a sustainable future. You know, for all... Continue Reading →

Salmon-fed Lobster Is (Not) a Made-up Luxury Meal

Image from University of Maine. Maine is running out of lobster bait. Is salmon the answer? Maine lobster is one of the more well-managed, sustainable, feel-good fisheries around - and it is particularly unique given the close coordination between fishermen, scientists, and government to share management. As a former scientist working on the Maryland blue... Continue Reading →

Why I Feel the Need to Be So R.A.D.

I spoke just a few weeks ago (and I'm sure before that, too) about how my primary focus here is to present positive news about the ocean and the environment - breakthroughs, discoveries, success stories, and the like. That said, a full 2/3 of all R.A.D. as Hell stories have depressing undertones or are rooted... Continue Reading →

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