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Philadephia’s Diatom Archive Is a Way, Way, Wayback Machine

Philadephia’s Diatom Archive Is a Way, Way, Wayback Machine

September 20, 2022

by Jack Tamisiea • A cache of phytoplankton held at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University is helping to reconstruct historical coastlines.

The original story, along with photos, can be found on hakaimagazine.com.

The Mysterious, Vexing, and Utterly Engrossing Search for the Origin of Eels

The Mysterious, Vexing, and Utterly Engrossing Search for the Origin of Eels

September 13, 2022

by Christina Couch • To save endangered eels, researchers have been working for decades to figure out where they reproduce.

The original story, along with photos, can be found on hakaimagazine.com.

Rebroadcast: Kelly the Sassy Dolphin

Rebroadcast: Kelly the Sassy Dolphin

September 6, 2022

by Rose Eveleth • What can one brash dolphin teach us about personality?

Originally published in October 2018, the story, along with photos, can be found on hakaimagazine.com.

Rebroadcast: Letting Go of Paradise

Rebroadcast: Letting Go of Paradise

August 23, 2022

by Steven Ashley • Three years after Superstorm Sandy slammed into New Jersey’s coast, few local communities want to accept that the Shore’s glory days are numbered.

Originally published in October 2015, the story, along with photos and video, can be found on hakaimagazine.com.

North Carolina’s Oysters Come Out of Their Shell

North Carolina’s Oysters Come Out of Their Shell

August 9, 2022

by Emily Cataneo • In the tradition of wine and ale trails, the state’s oyster trail aims to give the farmed shellfish industry a needed boost.

The original story, along with photos, can be found on hakaimagazine.com.

Rebroadcast: Of Roe, Rights, and Reconciliation

Rebroadcast: Of Roe, Rights, and Reconciliation

August 2, 2022

by Ian Gill • On the British Columbia coast, the Heiltsuk First Nation asserts its rights to manage its resources, and who has access to them, through the seasonal herring harvest.

Originally published in August 2018, the story, along with photos and video, can be found on hakaimagazine.com.

Romance, Politics, and Ecological Damage: The Saga of Sable Island’s Wild Horses

Romance, Politics, and Ecological Damage: The Saga of Sable Island’s Wild Horses

July 26, 2022

by Moira Donovan • They’ve roamed free for hundreds of years, but is that freedom harming the ecosystem they call home?

The original story, along with photos and video, can be found on hakaimagazine.com.

Living in a Doomed Paradise Where the Sea Consumes Cottages, Cliffs, and the A&W Drive-Thru

Living in a Doomed Paradise Where the Sea Consumes Cottages, Cliffs, and the A&W Drive-Thru

July 19, 2022

by Taras Grescoe • Quebec’s Magdalen islanders face a stark choice: resist, adapt, or give in to the ravenous sea.

The original story, along with photos, can be found on hakaimagazine.com.

The Controversial Plan to Unleash the Mississippi

The Controversial Plan to Unleash the Mississippi

July 12, 2022

by Boyce Upholt • Our long history of constraining the river through levees has led to massive land loss in its delta. Can we engineer our way out? And at what cost?

The original story, along with photos and video, can be found on hakaimagazine.com.

Rebroadcast: Groomed to Death

Rebroadcast: Groomed to Death

July 5, 2022

by Brendan Borrell • Urban beaches around the world have less garbage than remote beaches, but less life too. The City of Santa Monica hopes to change the image of a clean beach.

Originally published in July 2018, the story, along with photos, can be found on hakaimagazine.com.

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