We’re tired of talking about oceans like they’re just a big, wet thing somewhere out there. Let’s make it personal.
In This Series
That 15-foot-long tiger shark need wrestling? Leave it to the pros
You probably aren't going to tango with a tiger shark anytime soon -- but David Shiffman does it on a weekly basis, for science.
These first-time fishermen know all the best (and worst) parts of fishing
Andrew and Sophie never planned to be commercial fishermen -- but they tried it for a summer. Here's what they learned.
Sweden’s oceans ambassador fights for a sustainable blue economy
Lisa Emelia Svensson wants to figure out the value of the seas.
What is so great about whales? This scientist says it’s their poop
Asha de Vos studies how the blue whales of Sri Lanka, threatened by a booming shipping industry, help feed an ecosystem from the bottom up.
How to feed the world, with a little kelp from our friends (the oceans)
Paul Dobbins' farm needs no pesticides, fertilizer, land, or water — we just have to learn to love seaweed.
This surfer is committed to saving sharks — even though he lost his leg to one of them
Mike Coots lost his leg in a shark attack. Then he joined the group Shark Attack Survivors for Shark Conservation, and started fighting to save SHARKS from US.
This scuba diver wants everyone — black, white, or brown — to feel at home in the ocean
Kramer Wimberley knows what it's like to feel unwelcome in the water. As a dive instructor and ocean-lover, he tries to make sure no one else does.
This chef built her reputation on seafood. How’s she feeling about the ocean now?
Seattle chef Renee Erickson weighs in on the world's changing waters, and how they might change her menu.
How do you study an underwater volcano? Build an underwater laboratory
John Delaney is taking the internet underwater, and bringing the deep ocean to the public.