POPULAR SCIENCE REFERENCES FOR BENEATH THE BLUE PLANET

Chapter 1

7 Theories on the Origin of Life. Choi, C.Q. LiveScience (2022, February).
https://www.livescience.com/13363-7-theories-origin-life.html

How the isthmus of Panama put ice in the Arctic. Haug, G.H. & Keigwin, L.D. Oceanus (2004, March).
www.whoi.edu/oceanus/feature/how-the-isthmus-of-panama-put-ice-in-the-arctic/

Looking for LUCA, the Last Universal Common Ancestor. Cooper, K. NASA (2017, March).
https://astrobiology.nasa.gov/news/looking-for-luca-the-last-universal-common-ancestor/

Origin-of-Life Story May Have Found Its Missing Link. Emspak, J. LiveScience (2015, June).
https://www.livescience.com/51106-origin-of-life-chemistry-found.html

The Hunt for Earth’s Deep Hidden Oceans. Woo, M. Quanta Magazine (2018, July).
https://www.quantamagazine.org/the-hunt-for-earths-deep-hidden-oceans-20180711/

We are all Panamanians. Svitil, K.A. Discover Magazine (1996, April).
https://www.discovermagazine.com/planet-earth/we-are-all-panamanians

Chapter 2

Know Your Ocean. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (2022).
https://www.whoi.edu/know-your-ocean/

Resource Library: Oceanography. National Geographic Society (2022).
https://www.nationalgeographic.org/encyclopedia/oceanography/

Chapter 3

1785: Observations on the Gulf Stream by Benjamin Franklin. OAA: Ocean Exploration (2022).
https://oceanexplorer.noaa.gov/history/docs/gulf.html

Chapter 5

Bringing Fluorescence to Light. Nightsea (2022).
https://nightsea.com/

Education Portal. Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation (2022).
https://www.livingoceansfoundation.org/education/portal/

Green Fluorescence Protein. Connecticut College (2015).
www.conncoll.edu/ccacad/zimmer/GFP-ww/GFP-1.htm

Go on a Virtual Dive. Biology of Caribbean Coral Reefs (2022).
www.virtualcoralreefdive.com

Welcome to Coral of the World. Coral Reefs of the World (2022).
http://www.coralsoftheworld.org/page/home/

Chapter 6

Where the Shark and the Snapper. Roam Sandin, S. Smithsonian (2014).
http://ocean.si.edu/blog/where-shark-and-snapper-roam

Chapter 7

Changing Seas: Corals in Crisis. PSB (2019).
https://www.pbs.org/video/corals-in-crisis-1iajfd/

Coral Reef Watch Satellite Monitoring and Modeled Outlooks. Coral Reef Watch. NOAA.
https://coralreefwatch.noaa.gov/satellite/index.php

Environmental Memory: How Corals Are Adjusting to Warmer Waters. Heidt, A. The Scientist Digest (2022, February).
https://www.the-scientist.com/ts-digest/issue/coral-memory-2-2

Green Fins Crown-of-Thorns Clean-Up Guidelines. Green Fins.
https://greenfins.net/material/gf_all_eng_crownofthornsguidelines_a4/

Information and news about Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease (SCTLD). NOAA.
https://floridakeys.noaa.gov/coral-disease/

Information and news about Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease (SCTLD). AGRRA.
https://www.agrra.org/coral-disease-outbreak/

Information on the SCTLD in the wider Caribbean. AGRRA.
https://www.agrra.org/coral-disease-outbreak/

Technical information on the SCTLD in Florida. Florida Department of Environmental Protection.
https://floridadep.gov/rcp/coral/content/stony-coral-tissue-loss-disease-response

Chapter 9

FAO State of Fisheries. FAO.
http://www.fao.org/state-of-fisheries-aquaculture

Fish or Foe? Harvard School of Public Health.
https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/nutritionsource/fish/#1

Florida Program for Shark Research. Florida Museum.
www.flmnh.ufl.edu/fish/sharks/sharks.htm

National Marine Sanctuary Wildlife Viewing Guidelines. NOAA.
https://sanctuaries.noaa.gov/wildlife-viewing/

New Study Suggests Shark Declines Can Lead to Changes in Reef Fish Body Shapes. Udel, D. Rosenstiel School, University of Miami (2018).
https://news.miami.edu/rsmas/stories/2018/01/new-study-suggests-shark-declines-can-lead-to-changes-in-reef-fish-body-shapes.html]

Predators as Prey: Why Healthy Ocean Need Sharks. OCEANA (2009).
https://oceana.org/reports/predators-prey-why-healthy-oceans-need-sharks

Responsible Shark and Ray Tourism: A Guide to Best Practice. PADI Project Aware.
https://www.diveagainstdebris.org/publication/responsible-shark-and-ray-tourism-guide-best-practice

Restaurants Currently Offering Shark Fin (or Imitation) Soup. Animals Welfare Institute.
https://awionline.org/content/restaurants-currently-offering-shark-fin-soup

Sea the Value: Quantifying the Value of Marine Life to Divers. OCEANA (2009).
https://oceana.org/reports/sea-value-quantifying-value-marine-life-divers

Shark Fin Trade: Why it Should be Banned in the United States. OCEANA (2016, June).
https://usa.oceana.org/publications/reports/shark-fin-trade-why-it-should-be-banned-united-states

The Continuing Treat to Manta and Mobula Rays. Whitcraft, S. et al. WildAid (2014).
https://wildaid.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/The-Continuing-Threat-to-Manta-Mobula-Rays_2013-14-Report_FINAL.pdf

The Economic Impact of Shark Diving in Florida. Fedler, A.J. OCEANA (2017).
https://usa.oceana.org/sites/default/files/economic_impact_of_shark_diving_in_florida_report.pdf

The Environmental Impact of Seafood. Sustainable Fisheries.
https://sustainablefisheries-uw.org/seafood-101/cost-of-food/

Chapter 10

When Photographers Get Too Close, Wildlife Pays the Price. Roth, A. Hakai magazine (2020, April).
https://hakaimagazine.com/features/when-photographers-get-too-close-wildlife-pays-the-price/

Chapter 11

Citizen Science Comes of Age. Bland, A. Hakai magazine (2019, February).
https://hakaimagazine.com/features/citizen-science-comes-of-age/

Fishing for Fun? It Has a Bigger Environmental Impact Than We Thought. Shiffman, D. The Revelator (2020, March).
https://therevelator.org/recreational-fishing-environmental-impact/

The Ecolabel Fable. Delisle, R. Hakai magazine (2017, November).
https://hakaimagazine.com/features/ecolabel-fable/

Chapter 12

A Lifesaving Transplant for Coral Reefs. Morin, R. The New York Times (2014, November)
https://www.nytimes.com/2014/11/25/science/a-lifesaving-transplant-for-coral-reefs.html.

Assisted Evolution: Can “Super Corals” Help Save Reefs? Gates, R. WWF Fuller Fund (2016).
https://vimeo.com/193751472

Growing Corals. Secore International (2019, April).
http://www.secore.org/site/newsroom/article/growing-corals-watch-our-new-short-film.189.html

Millions of coral babies ‘turbo-charged’ in floating nurseries to restore damaged parts of the Great Barrier Reef. Southern Cross University (2019, November).
https://www.scu.edu.au/engage/news/latest-news/2019/millions-of-coral-babies-turbo-charged-in-floating-nurseries-to-restore-damaged-parts-of-the-great-barrier-reef-.php