Canadian Geographic Article Index
Articles tagged with Oceans (17)
The laws of attraction
Mapping the pull of gravity reveals a Mr. Potato Head planet
The Jordan Basin
Six years ago, an ecologically rich wedge of ocean in the northern Gulf of Maine became Canada’s first marine biodiversity showcase. Has it lived up to its promise?
New markets for Irish moss, Prince Edward Island’s versatile seaweed, are bringing hope to the island’s few remaining mossers
Squid expert Ron O’Dor is leading a global effort to assess the future of marine life. Meet Canadian Geographic’s Environmental Scientist of the Year
Plenty of fish in the sea?
Longliners, warming waters and the waves of change
Will the world’s next miracle medicine be plucked from the ocean by Canadians?
Hunting for cures
Two centuries of technological advances have allowed underwater pioneers to plumb the depths as never before
Plankton provide the air we breathe and the fuel we burn, and are the food for much of oceanic life