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See our paper "Distributions of Arctic and Northwest Atlantic killer whales inferred from oxygen isotopes" at Distributions inferred from these isotopes, as well as other evidence, suggests there isn't a single population distributed across the NW Atlantic


As someone passionate about ocean life, I set out to document the harm that humans do to marine species, but instead, I uncovered an alarming global corruption..

@GeorgeMonbiot @cyrillgutsch @seashepherd

#IMPAC5 website launch. I'll bookmark this one. Highly protected MPAs help address #BiodiversityCrisis @marinemammalogy @pewenvironment @VisitPitcairn @HawaiiReef @pmdphawaii @sanctuaries @NOAAOceanToday @mcsuk @ecology_lab @MarineConnectio @whales_org

When generating absences for presence-only data, there are a suite of approaches available to use. The method may not be as important as appropriately sampling the background environment to match your hypothesis. Read more #OA at @BES_Move_SIG.

Check out our new paper: using published data, we estimate that fishes contribute 16% of ocean carbon flux through poop & vertical movement ๐ŸŒŠ๐ŸŸ๐Ÿ’ฉ #FishCarbon @aslo_org @coastresnor

@WandaYYT @EddieSheerr Horrifying how little ice in the NW Atlantic this winter. Unless things change a lot, this will mean high mortality for ice-breeding harp seals and a mismatch between ice capelin food this spring which will have an impact on the entire marine ecosystem (as it did in 2010)

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