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Keel blocks offer key evidence in Hunley’s disappearance: They will be the first conserved components of Hunley put on display Jul 19th, 2018 07:21 UTC It is possible they waited on the bottom of the ocean floor for the tides to turn so they could use the current to help get back home. If they somehow got stuck, they likely would have attempted to dr
A Hue Of A Different Color (since Jun, 2018) [Belize’s Blue Hole offers clues to Mayan collapse . So then we repeated the experiment– and then we could reproduce it. Then, after studying the crystal structure of this material, we found this ma
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Ocean Sunfish Could Offer Clues to the “Rise of Slime” (some months now) The Scientist The Scientist A quick glance may suggest something menacing, but a longer look gives way to an even greater surprise: big, bizarre fish called Mola mola, from the Latin word for millstone. Commonly known as ocean sunfish, these behemoths tip the scales at up to 1 .
Blind Cavefish in Mexico Offer Clues to Sleep Regulation (since Feb, 2018) The Scientist The Scientist “These findings suggest that differences in hypocretin production may explain variation in sleep between animal species, or even between individual people,” study coauthor Alex Keene of Florida Atlantic University’s Brain Institute says in a statement .
Slime Mold in Residence – The Scientist (since Mar, 2018) The Scientist Slime Mold in Residence The Scientist “We can . . . look to the slime mold as a way of being able to see how we might behave for our collective good,” Keats says. “Maybe if we were to enlist slime molds to solve problems that are more vexing for society [than civil engineering] . . . they .
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Eight Awe-Inspiring Ocean Discoveries in 2017 (months ago) News Deeply News Deeply Scientists reported plenty of species new to science, including a glow-in-the-dark shark, a giant sunfish (the largest bony fish in the sea) and the ruby seadragon. Nearly 2,000 new described species were cataloged by the World Register of Marine .
Fish Tales: Sunfish catches some sun in PCB (since Mar, 2018) The News Herald The News Herald Staring at it, Patrick Ashley had “no clue what it was.” So he did the logical thing, took a picture and posted it on the Panama City Fishing Facebook Page. “What in the world is this?” he wrote. “Never seen one before.” The answer was swift: Ocean .
Researchers seeing more sharks up and down the East Coast (months ago) Phys.Org In the Cape Cod area, researchers are focused on great white sharks, which tend to venture close to shore to eat seals. Other species, like blue and mako sharks, can be found farther out. Huge but harmless ocean sunfish have been mistaken for sharks.
They Mixed Science, Art and Costume Parties to Reveal Mysteries of the Sea (months ago) New York Times New York Times He would call up to another researcher, often Ms. Hollister — who would lead her own expedition in 1936 to what was then British Guiana and also broke diving records as the first woman to complete a deep sea dive in the Bathysphere at 1,208 feet .
LAKE WINNIBIGOSHISH, MINN. – Minneapolis Star Tribune (months ago) Minneapolis Star Tribune LAKE WINNIBIGOSHISH, MINN. Minneapolis Star Tribune The University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute warns that zebra mussels pose a multibillion-dollar threat to North America’s industrial, agricultural and municipal water supplies. The U.S. Department . DNR officials believe growing public awareness .
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