‘My Octopus Teacher’ Stuns Audiences, Reinforces Power of Nature – EcoWatch

 Tiffany Duong Sep. 24, 2020 10:33AM EST In ‘My Octopus Teacher,’ Craig Foster becomes fascinated with an octopus and visits her for hundreds of days in a row. Netflix In his latest documentary, My Octopus Teacher, free diver and filmmaker Craig Foster … Continue reading ‘My Octopus Teacher’ Stuns Audiences, Reinforces Power of Nature – EcoWatch

MARINE LIFE: This tiny shrimp like Mysid is vital to overwintering groundfish

VIEW & DOWNLOAD FREE @ MAGCLOUD Mysid Shrimp – Winter Food for Young Groundfish By Art MacKay in MARINE INVERTEBRATES 4 pages, published 12/12/2019 Mysids are tiny shrimp-like marine invertebrates that are distributed mainly in the coastal zone of the … Continue reading MARINE LIFE: This tiny shrimp like Mysid is vital to overwintering groundfish

CLIMATE CHANGE: Antarctic krill: Key food source moves south AND Northern krill are moving north

Another species of krill is a keystone here along our north Atlantic coast. And they too will be moving … but north … taking other important species with them. ********************************************************** Antarctic krill: Key food source moves south – BBC News … Continue reading CLIMATE CHANGE: Antarctic krill: Key food source moves south AND Northern krill are moving north

Invasive species exploit a warming Gulf of Maine, sometimes with destructive results – The Portland Press Herald / Maine Sunday Telegram

PART 4 | OCTOBER 28, 2015 FULL SERIES Invasive species exploit a warming Gulf of Maine, sometimes with destructive results BRUNSWICKS tory by Colin Woodard/ Staff WriterPhotos by Gregory Rec/ Staff Photographer Compare intertidal flats in Brunswick’s Maquoit Bay in June 2001 (left) and in August 2013 (right).Photos courtesy of Hilary A. Neckles, United States Geological Survey Until two years ago, if you had walked down to the shore of Maquoit Bay at low tide, you would have seen a meadow of eelgrass stretching nearly as far as the eye could see across the exposed seafloor. Here near the head … Continue reading Invasive species exploit a warming Gulf of Maine, sometimes with destructive results – The Portland Press Herald / Maine Sunday Telegram