Born to Swim

March 26, 2019

by Sushma Subramanian • In Southeast Asia, sea nomads known as the Bajau offer a glimpse into how humans may have adapted to an aquatic way of life.

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Caamaño: The Sound of (Whale) Music

March 18, 2019

by Darcy Dobell • Is this where North Pacific humpback whales practice their songs?

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Reawakening Kaloko

March 12, 2019

by Jon Letman • Volunteers resurrect a traditional fishpond on the Island of Hawai‘i, strengthening ties to their culture and land in the process.

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Seaweed Economics 101: Boom and Bust in the North Atlantic

March 4, 2019

by Claire Eamer • Coastal communities have watched the economic pendulum—and their futures—swing wildly when it comes to relying on seaweed as an industry. Is there a better way?

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

The Basketmaker

February 26, 2019

by Laura Trethewey • Through the practice and poetry of basketmaking, lives, cultures, and generations intertwine.

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Citizen Science Comes of Age

February 19, 2019

by Alastair Bland • Increasingly, scientists are relying on data gathered by volunteers to make their research happen.

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Hey Beacher, Leave Those Fish Alone

February 12, 2019

by Kelly Catalfamo • Grunion, little fish that mate on beaches from California to Mexico, face a lot of obstacles to maintaining a healthy population. And the most pernicious may be drunk beachgoers.

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The Great Dolphin Dilemma

February 5, 2019

by Lina Zeldovich • For years, animal rights advocates have waged war against the US Navy for its use of dolphins in warfare and research. Is a resolution possible?

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The Gnawing Question of Saltwater Beavers

January 29, 2019

by Ben Goldfarb • Scientists have long overlooked beavers in the intertidal zone. Now they’re counting on the freshwater rodents to restore Washington’s coastal ecosystems.

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

Deer Wars: The Forest Awakens

January 22, 2019

by Leslie Anthony • On Haida Gwaii, British Columbia, culling deer is an act of cultural and ecological restoration.

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