POPULAR SCIENCE REFERENCES FOR BENEATH THE BLUE PLANET
7 Theories on the Origin of Life. Choi, C.Q. LiveScience (2022, February).
How the isthmus of Panama put ice in the Arctic. Haug, G.H. & Keigwin, L.D. Oceanus (2004, March).
Looking for LUCA, the Last Universal Common Ancestor. Cooper, K. NASA (2017, March).
Origin-of-Life Story May Have Found Its Missing Link. Emspak, J. LiveScience (2015, June).
The Hunt for Earth’s Deep Hidden Oceans. Woo, M. Quanta Magazine (2018, July).
We are all Panamanians. Svitil, K.A. Discover Magazine (1996, April).
Know Your Ocean. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (2022).
Resource Library: Oceanography. National Geographic Society (2022).
1785: Observations on the Gulf Stream by Benjamin Franklin. OAA: Ocean Exploration (2022).
Bringing Fluorescence to Light. Nightsea (2022).
Education Portal. Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation (2022).
Green Fluorescence Protein. Connecticut College (2015).
Go on a Virtual Dive. Biology of Caribbean Coral Reefs (2022).
Welcome to Coral of the World. Coral Reefs of the World (2022).
Where the Shark and the Snapper. Roam Sandin, S. Smithsonian (2014).
Changing Seas: Corals in Crisis. PSB (2019).
Coral Reef Watch Satellite Monitoring and Modeled Outlooks. Coral Reef Watch. NOAA.
Environmental Memory: How Corals Are Adjusting to Warmer Waters. Heidt, A. The Scientist Digest (2022, February).
Green Fins Crown-of-Thorns Clean-Up Guidelines. Green Fins.
Information and news about Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease (SCTLD). NOAA.
Information and news about Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease (SCTLD). AGRRA.
Information on the SCTLD in the wider Caribbean. AGRRA.
Technical information on the SCTLD in Florida. Florida Department of Environmental Protection.
FAO State of Fisheries. FAO.
Fish or Foe? Harvard School of Public Health.
Florida Program for Shark Research. Florida Museum.
National Marine Sanctuary Wildlife Viewing Guidelines. NOAA.
New Study Suggests Shark Declines Can Lead to Changes in Reef Fish Body Shapes. Udel, D. Rosenstiel School, University of Miami (2018).
Predators as Prey: Why Healthy Ocean Need Sharks. OCEANA (2009).
Responsible Shark and Ray Tourism: A Guide to Best Practice. PADI Project Aware.
Restaurants Currently Offering Shark Fin (or Imitation) Soup. Animals Welfare Institute.
Sea the Value: Quantifying the Value of Marine Life to Divers. OCEANA (2009).
Shark Fin Trade: Why it Should be Banned in the United States. OCEANA (2016, June).
The Continuing Treat to Manta and Mobula Rays. Whitcraft, S. et al. WildAid (2014).
The Economic Impact of Shark Diving in Florida. Fedler, A.J. OCEANA (2017).
The Environmental Impact of Seafood. Sustainable Fisheries.
When Photographers Get Too Close, Wildlife Pays the Price. Roth, A. Hakai magazine (2020, April).
Citizen Science Comes of Age. Bland, A. Hakai magazine (2019, February).
Fishing for Fun? It Has a Bigger Environmental Impact Than We Thought. Shiffman, D. The Revelator (2020, March).
The Ecolabel Fable. Delisle, R. Hakai magazine (2017, November).
A Lifesaving Transplant for Coral Reefs. Morin, R. The New York Times (2014, November)
Assisted Evolution: Can “Super Corals” Help Save Reefs? Gates, R. WWF Fuller Fund (2016).
Growing Corals. Secore International (2019, April).
Millions of coral babies ‘turbo-charged’ in floating nurseries to restore damaged parts of the Great Barrier Reef. Southern Cross University (2019, November).