There may be a natural way to help coastal ecosystems: fish pee.
The winter months can make it hard for everyone to get the recommended amount of vitamin D, a fat soluble vitamin that's naturally found in a few foods and ultraviolet rays.
You may want to rethink ordering that tuna. Scientists have found that mercury concentrations in Hawaiian yellowfin tuna are increasing at a staggering rate of 3.8 percent or more per year.
Scientists have analyzed the production and extraction rates of 27 global renewable and non-renewable resources and have found that for 18 renewable resources, the annual growth rate reached its peak around 2006.
Scientists have learned a bit more about the the last common ancestor of all jawed invertebrates. By looking at a 415 million-year-old fish skull, they've discovered that this common ancestor was, most likely, not very shark-like and that sharks, in general, aren't "primitive."
Both climate change and fishing may be having an impact of fish stocks in the United States.
Fish in Alaska may be adjusting to climate change. Scientists have found that Dolly Varden, a species of char, can keep feasting on a preferred food source-salmon eggs-even as temperatures rise and the climate continues to shift.
Scientists are making efforts for determining the age at sexual maturity for wild stocks of western Atlantic bluefin tuna, which could help officials better manage fish stocks.
Whether or not you land a fish may not depend on the type of lure you use, but on the fish's personality. Scientists have found that differences in moving activity in a novel environment are linked to individual differences in vulnerability to angling.
Scientists have taken a closer look at the antibiotic content in farm-raised fish.
Can you imagine fish playing? It turns out that they may be more social and playful creatures than we once though. Scientists have documented the first example of fish engaging in "play."
Blind cave fish may just shed some light on eye disease and other human health issues. Scientists have examined these tiny eyeless fish and have found clues about the underpinnings of degenerative eyes disease and other issues.