… I would be searching for one of the least known dolphins in the world. The snubfin dolphin, today known to science as Orcaella heinsohni, is only eight-feet long from its blunt snout to its flukes.
Current Conditions updates on the toxicity of hissing lawns, deadly green algae on French beaches, plastic trash and medical wastes growing along shorelines.
latimes.com/news/local/la-me-whales22-2009aug22,0,5581976.story latimes.com Whales face danger from ships in Santa Barbara Channel Patches of krill draw blue whales to the surface, putting them in peril of being hit by vessels in shipping lanes between the Channel Islands and the mainland. By… Read More ›
Seafood Situations brings seafood enthusiasts the good news and the news we wish we did not have to hear.
From my window, the Pacific Ocean looks endless and impenetrable. It is so big, that surely, one little accidental drop of trash, like a plastic bottle that blew out from my hands, could not hurt this water giant.
Information on Recent Strandings and Non-traditional Haulout Site Use by Pinnipeds in California Presented by NOAA’s National Marine Fisheries Service Southwest Regional Office August 11, 2009 There was a disruption in the coastal upwelling process off central and northern… Read More ›
Call for Coastal Clean Up Volunteers.