Photographer Solvin Zanki captures some of the most amazing photos of plankton we've ever seen. We share some of his amazing work. If these photos do not instill a sense of awe and wonder for the diversity of life in our oceans, we give up.
Sedimentation is a constant problem for certain corals depending on their location on the reef. If there is too much sediment buildup within a coral, it can get buried and die. However, if it hosts enough symbionts, they can help remove a significant amount of sediment in their nightly activities.
Have you ever wondered how far a particular reef fish might travel? Does it have a range or does it swim where ever it wants on the reef? A paper published this week in Coral Reefs examines those questions and more.
Tiny sea creatures no bigger than a thumbtack are being credited for playing a key role in helping provide healthy habitats for many kinds of seafood, according to a new study by the Virginia Institute of Marine Science and U.S. Geological Survey.