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Mounting evidence proves that natural-gas and oil extraction threatens wildlife and ecosystems — much as it harms human health.
Sitka has brown, bulbous eyes, slippery skin and breath that makes you want to pass the next time you’re out for sushi. At roughly 230 kg (500 lb.), she’s the biggest of the four Steller sea . . .
The effects of climate change are being felt in the Maritimes' lucrative lobster fishing industry. Warming waters have brought more lobster, but also concerns for the future.
Thousands of dead seabirds washed up on Alaska's shores this summer, marking the state's fifth straight year of mass die-offs. Now the Coastal Observation and Seabird Survey team is training volunteers to monitor the trend.
The Puyallup River is the second most polluted in the Puget Sound area and its salmon runs are being harmed, which in turn hurts orcas. Scientists are studying where PCBs and other contaminants are coming from.
Warming within the swirling ocean depths of the Gulf of Maine has implications for all life and livelihoods within the ecosystem. Scientists, fishermen and aquaculturists brace for challenges.
A new marine heat wave spreading across a portion of the Pacific Ocean off the coast of British Columbia resembles the infamous "blob" that disrupted marine life five years ago.
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350 individuals and 50 groups in Southwestern PA's fracking country are urging the governor to hear from impacted communities