The new University of Southern Mississippi marine research center will break ground at Gulfport today, Nov. 14.
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New study finds that overabundance of algae causes microbes to circumvent and take over the food chain in coral reef ecosystems.
Study identifies prehistoric 'big-mouthed' fish fossils from the Cretaceous Period, 92 million years ago.
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Researchers found that fish communicate in a similar manner like chimpanzees and elephants to protect themselves from predators.
In a recent study, researchers found that many marine creatures use the moon's light to migrate during the dark winter months. These creatures keep busy, which in turn helps them avoid predators that hunt with the moonlight.
It turns out that marine communities may be most at risk when it comes to climate change. Scientists have found that marine life may be most sensitive to ocean warming.
In a recent study, researchers found that marine invasive species such as jellyfish and algae are benefiting from rising carbon dioxide levels in the ocean. These invasive species are inhabiting new areas of the planet, where they are destroying ecosystems.
There may be a global collapse of marine ecosystems.