Katie Burton

A fifth of the ocean floor has now been mapped, taking researchers a step closer to the goal of a complete seabed map by 2030
A new study reveals the process behind the strange phenomenon in which  coral produce bright colours during bleaching events
A compilation of 50-years worth of data on human activity in the ocean reveals that the race for the seas is well and truly on
The best GIS dashboards record in near real-time the number of cases, deaths and recoveries from Covid-19 – they are also an invaluable tool when it comes to responding to the crisis, predicting new outbreaks and analysing the impact of social-distancing
Researchers studying marine heatwaves in the northeast Pacific, known as the Blob and the Blob 2.0, are warning that there will be more to come
by Iain Maloney • Polygon • Paperback £12.00
The notion that the Covid-19 pandemic all began because one person in China ate a bat is a prevalent one, but conservationists are fighting back against misleading claims
Geographical’s monthly print magazine has always sought to help its readers forge a connection with places and people far away
As Iran and the US slog it out to dominate the global pistachio trade, other countries look to get in on the action
Recruiting armies of albatrosses could enable the detection of illegal fishing

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