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Behind a marine creature's bright green fluorescent glow

Behind a marine creature's bright green fluorescent glow -- ScienceDaily

INTERACTIVE GRAPHIC: Technology called lidar is revolutionizing archaeology. Go on link to see how it works. Lost City in Honduras.

Technology called lidar is revolutionizing archaeology. By measuring the distance light travels to the ground and back, researchers can digitally strip away the canopy from forested areas like Mosquitia, in Honduras--revealing ancient settlements.

Higgs Boson

Learn about the Higgs boson, unification and the Standard Model, and stay up to date with the latest research coming out of CERN.

Two photons strongly coupled by glass fiber - http://scienceblog.com/75118/two-photons-strongly-coupled-glass-fiber/

Usually, light waves do not interact with each other. Coupling of photons with other photons is only possible with the help of special materials and very intense light. Scientists in Vienna have now created the strongest .

New discovery: Common jellyfish is actually two species

New discovery: Common jellyfish is actually two species

New imaging techniques probe how dolphin brains are optimized for sound processing giving us amazing insight into their function!  ‪#‎LoveDubaiDolphinarium‬ ‪#‎dolphinfact‬

A novel DTI technique used on the preserved brains of two dolphins that died after stranding shows that at least two areas of the dolphin brain are associated with the auditory system, unlike most mammals that primarily process sound in a single area.

The Mariana Trench contains the deepest parts of the ocean, and the animals that live there are so unique!

Sea pigs, half a dozen species in the genus Scotoplanes. Unlike regular pigs, sea pigs are translucent. But I guess a pig ghost would be translucent. Doesn’t count though.

Sea turtle bycatch reduced by UV lights on fishing nets

Sea turtle bycatch reduced by UV lights on fishing nets

Una erupción volcánica en India ayudó a acabar con los dinosaurios http://w.abc.es/ygkmzr

Una erupción volcánica en India ayudó a acabar con los dinosaurios

Before an asteroid wiped out the dinosaurs, Earth experienced a short burst of intense volcanism

The terrifying 'alien' catfish that has baffled scientists

The terrifying 'alien' catfish that has baffled scientists

a tiny toothy catfish called Kryptoglanis shajii. This thing is actually pretty small and lives in subterranean environments.

Czech notification to EU Commission: compulsory labelling of spirits

Effective climate change mitigation in the form of seagrass restoration projects

Healthy seagrass meadows prevent erosion on coasts, store carbon, and provide marine animals with food and habitat. (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency)

An Island a Focal Point for a Healthy Marine Ecosystem

An Island, a Focal Point for a Healthy Marine Ecosystem

By SINDYA N. BHANOO The biomass of phytoplankton around islands is up to 86 percent greater than what’s found in other parts of the ocean. Published: February 2016 at from NYT Science Article.

Increased carbon dioxide enhances plankton growth, opposite of what was expected

Increased carbon dioxide enhances plankton growth, opposite of what was expected

In the largest study of its kind, experts highlight the impact that uncontrolled fishing in particular is having on coral reefs.  Drawing on the knowledge of local fishermen in the Philippines, the team were able to build a picture of how finfish populations have declined over the last 65 years. Coral reefs occupy less than one percent of the marine area but they are home to 25 percent of all known marine fish species.

bumphead fish// Critical species Coral munching bumphead fish give insight into conservation

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