The eDNA method is growing and has helped researchers locate and manage different species of crayfish found around the country.
Researchers from Maine’s Aquaculture Innovation Center are building a buoy designed to aid oyster and seaweed farmers along the U.S.’s northeastern coast.
Researchers at Duke University have deployed a 500-foot mooring line capable of collecting an array of biological and environmental data in the ocean.
Ever heard of an “up-call?” If you’re one of the researchers at the Northeast Fisheries Science Center, it’s likely you have. Considered the primary vocalization of North Atlantic right whales, experts characterize the low-sounding thud as a short whoop. The call’s frequency rises from around 100 Hz to 300...
From short term grants to decades-long research, the University of Wisconsin’s Trout Lake Station offers an abundance of research to scientists.
The Montana Department of Environmental Quality is studying why a native species of algae is covering one of the state’s most popular rivers.
A nonprofit is monitoring the bugs, fish, and amphibia returning to Michigan’s Rouge River, one of the state’s historically dirtiest streams.
Scientists at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute have built an easier more accessible underwater sensor.
Fishermen are gradually getting more assistance from artificial intelligence and electronic monitoring cameras in their work.
Florida oysters and seagrass serve an indelible purpose for the environment and the state’s residents as well.
Scientists continue finding clever ways to use data collected by Lake Erie’s Nearshore buoy at Presque Isle.