Scientists studied an invasive snail species and their liver fluke parasites in Africa’s Lake Karina, the largest manmade lake in the world.
Scientists used a mathematical model to understand human impact and threats to the Atlantic coast of the United States.
Researchers wanted to explore how scientists and big companies could work together to benefit ocean life and the seafood trade.
Scientists investigated the productivity and metabolism of microorganisms living below the sea floor at deep-sea hot springs.
Scientists wanted to know if medicine exiting our bodies and ultimately ending up in aquatic ecosystems has an impact on fish.
Scientists wanted to know if catfish prey on salmon in rivers that humans have altered.
Scientists look for a way to limit snail fever worldwide and wanted to know if the key is more abundant prawn populations, which are decreasing due to dam construction.
Researchers wanted to know if human-caused climate change has an impact on fish growth and abundance.
Scientists propose three simple rules for minimizing the impact of fishing on fish populations.
Scientists try to find out how much of the world’s ocean should be protected to ensure the health of its ecosystem and all of the services and benefits it provides to us.