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CSU Researchers Predicting Well Above-Average 2024 Atlantic Hurricane Season

4/11/2024 by Param Bhatia

By CSU MarComm. Staff. Note to reporters: The full forecast is available at CSU will be releasing the forecast live at 10 a.m. EDT on April 4 from the National Tropical Weather Conference. There will be a live stream of the event. The CSU team will also issue forecast… SEE MORE

Using Suction Cups Inspired by Fish to Listen in on Whale Conversations

4/10/2024 by Param Bhatia

By Leah Burrows. In their ambitious goal to understand and ultimately communicate with sperm whales, research scientists from Project CETI have enlisted the help of unlikely collaborators — clingfish. Project CETI, launched in 2020 by a team of interdisciplinary scientists, aims to listen to, contextualize, and translate the communication of sperm whales,… SEE MORE

Protect Your Catch, Protect Your Crew: A Guide to Commercial Fishing Safety

4/9/2024 by Param Bhatia

By Megan Waldrep. A fisherman’s personality generally equates to a sense of adventure, a love of the outdoors, and the drive to create new opportunities for wealth through strategy and well-gained knowledge. Part of that knowledge is having the tools to survive in an emergency. The safety of commercial fishermen… SEE MORE


What’s In a Fish’s Name?

4/8/2024 by Param Bhatia

By Katarina Zimmer. Indigenous people processed the fishes’ oily flesh into preservatives, medicine, and food. When dried, the fish could even be ignited and used as candles, hence the English names “oilfish” and “candlefish.” Some Haida communities in what is now British Columbia obtained hum (eulachon oil) or saaw (dried and smoked eulachon) in… SEE MORE

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