SEATTLE — Whale researchers say they've documented another baby orca born in Puget Sound.
WASHINGTON — The amount of man-made heat energy absorbed by the seas has doubled since 1997, a study released Monday showed.
This image shows Pacific and Atlantic sections showing upper-ocean warming for the past six decades. Reds indicate a warming anomaly, blues a cooling anomaly.
SEABECK, Wash. — Josh Frederick hops out of an idling state Department of Fish and Wildlife motorboat and begins scooping beach gravel into bag labeled with his precise location on Hood Canal. He pulls out a handful and gives it a hard look.
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — Asian carp could become the most common fish in Lake Erie if the ravenous invaders develop a breeding population there, while popular sport species including walleye and rainbow trout likely would decline, scientists said Monday.
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — Some of the world's biggest temperature jumps are happening in lakes — an ominous sign that suggests problems such as harmful algae blooms and low-oxygen zones hazardous to fish will get worse, says a newly released scientific report.
San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf typically bustles this time of year as workers prepare to haul millions of pounds of Dungeness crab that are a tradition at Thanksgiving and other holiday meals.
Scientists studying rare salamander in Mississippi River
ST. PAUL, Minn. — University researchers say a parasite is attacking fish in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
HILO, Hawaii — Researchers in Hawaii have received nearly $1.2 million in federal grant funding to study the elusive false killer whale.
ASTORIA, Ore. — In at least one telling of the story, a local surfer is out looking for waves in the ocean off Fort Stevens State Park around this same time several years ago.
HONOLULU — Warmer-than-normal ocean temperatures around Hawaii this year will likely lead to the worst coral bleaching the islands have ever seen, scientists said Friday.