Canadian Geographic Article Index
Articles tagged with Marine (15)
The great green shark hunt
Can British Columbia’s spiny dogfish make the grade as the world’s first “sustainable” shark fishery?
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?
During Operation Salty Dips, it can be hard to tell a ship of war from a bobbing village
A new marine reserve on Haida Gwaii reflects the vital bonds between land and sea and renews hopes for a sustainable future
Richard Sears has spent three decades finding and photographing blue whales — and they still keep him guessing
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
Voyage to the slope of the deep dark sea
A crew of scientists and submersible pilots reveals secrets of the continent’s submarine margin
Slicing the polar pie
With vast resources lying under the floor of the Arctic Ocean, claims to the polar region are heating up. How will the boundaries be drawn?
Although endangered, the porbeagle shark still lurks deep in the North Atlantic. With a fishing crew's help, one scientist is trying to locate and protect its birthing grounds.
Nova Scotia's shipwreck-filled waters and its laws that allow treasure hunters to keep 90 percent of the valuables they find have triggered a rush for sunken riches which has archaeologists and historians fuming
Ocean predators lose their bite
Two fishermen convince the world’s top marine biologists to probe the damage trawlers are wreaking on deep-sea coral