It’s a bit old at this point, but I recently came across this article in Conservation Magazine on “How to Build a Living Seawall”. It gives a good summary of … Continue readingLiving Seawalls for the Intertidal
Over the last decade, a growing faction of scientists in the world of ecology and conservation biology has pushed the idea that most ecosystems on Earth are now comprised of … Continue readingUrban Marine Environments as Coupled Human and Natural Systems
You may have heard that jellyfish are taking over the world’s oceans, proliferating at a rate that is unfounded by historical standards. Is it possible that this has been facilitated … Continue readingCould jellyfish blooms be attributed to “ocean sprawl”?
Despite all my hype about urban marine ecology, it’s a field that really doesn’t exist yet. At least not in any standardized or formal way. It’s a discipline in the … Continue readingWhy Urban Marine Ecology?
Welcome to the Urban Marine Ecology blog! Here, I will posted the latest in Urban Marine Ecology research, as well as reflections on general concepts and paradigms in the field, … Continue readingWelcome!