Last month, the good folks at Blogfish organized a carnival of ocean blogs, wherein we saw all sorts of neat things including video of tiptoeing invertebrates and French fishermen mooning Oceana activists. Little did I know the carnival is a monthly thing, like a spring tide. And here we are in July. Head on over and poke around. On offer:
Learn how overfishing of bait eels could be knocking out Arctic terns in the Shetland Islands, at 10,000 Birds.
If you’ve never seen a map of where the U.S. has been dumping cyanide, arsenic, phosgene, phosphorus and mustard gas, Deep Sea News can change that.
Way back in the early years (okay, months) at Scribble, I posted about an alarming increase in jellyfish off Namibia (see What’s Next? Jellyfish and Chips?). Shifting Baselines has an update on the topic – as well as a scrumptious picture of a jellyfish burger.