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Out of This World: the Minnesota Seaside Station
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More than a century ago, a group of students traveled from the American Midwest to Canada’s Pacific Coast to study seaweeds. Botanical Beach has...

Counting the Invisible Fish
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Scientists don’t need to see a fish to know it’s there.

How Ecosystems Got a Keystone
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One day in 1963, ecologist Bob Paine started plucking sea stars off rocks and tossing them into the sea. His study helped show how a species may...

Noise in a Modern Ocean
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The incessant noise in today’s oceans creates an acoustic smog that challenges animals’ survival.

The Cook, the Hunter, the Whales & their Watchers
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Whale watchers and whale hunters intermingle in the waters off Reykjavík, Iceland. Can they coexist?

Intermittent Streams: Nature’s Vanishing Act
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Around the world, creeks, rivers, and streams that flow sporadically are common, and these temporary waterways—wet or dry—are fundamental to...

What’s in Brooklyn’s Gowanus Canal?
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Hint: it’s pronounced fee-CAL-uh-bak-TEER-ee-um.

Expedition Shark: Philippines
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Plunge into the waters of the Sulu Sea with scientists in pursuit of the largest fish in the ocean, the whale shark.

The Way Back
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Stuck in an archival deep freeze, a 45-year-old short film surfaces—a cross-border project to reintroduce sea otters to British Columbia.

No Sea Stars = Mussel Beach
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Researcher Monica Moritsch tracks changes in an intertidal neighborhood when its main predator is gone.

Catch, Borrow, Release
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A visionary small community on Canada’s west coast offers aquarium fans a new way to enjoy marine wildlife.

Fearless
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What happens when island raccoons live free of predators? A lot. And it’s not good.

Into the Cold
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Off the coast of British Columbia, a dedicated group of friends romp regularly in the ocean, part of a growing trend of cold water swimming.

From Scales and Fins to Shiny Tins
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Travel back in time to 1938, when canneries lined Canada’s west coast, salmon filled the bottom of boats, and housewives served canned salmon on...

Below the Surface of Our Harbor
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Curious about what lives beneath the water in Victoria’s Inner Harbour? We were, too. Take a dive with us off the coast of British Columbia.

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