Eugenie Clark

Eugenie Clark was an American Ichthyologist, better known as a biologist devoted to the study of fish. She was popularly regarded as “the Shark Lady” and recognized for both her research on shark behavior and her study of fish in the order Tetraodontiformes. She was a pioneer in scuba diving for research purposes and was internationally regarded as an authority in marine biology, using her fame to promote marine conservation. … More Eugenie Clark

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Globally, 2016 Warmest Spring Recorded

Around the world, 2016 was the warmest spring ever recorded with an average temperature, March through May, across global land and ocean surfaces of 1.91 degrees Fahrenheit above the 20th century average. Not only was this spring the warmest every recorded, May 2016 marked the 13th consecutive month with record warm global temperatures. … More Globally, 2016 Warmest Spring Recorded

Spiralling Global Temperatures

Finding it difficult to visualize global temperature change? The spiral above uses data collected since 1850 to represent global temperature change in a visually appealing and straightforward manner. In the animation, you can clearly see that, although annual temperatures fluctuate, the pace and overall warming of global temperature over the past few decades is obvious. … More Spiralling Global Temperatures