Overfishing, both in saltwater and freshwater, is now a major concern. This blog wants us to keep fishing, yet ensure there are abundant fish to escape the fate of being caught.
The Biofresh Bloghttp://biofreshblog.wordpress.com/
This is an international project that aspires to be a welcome platform for scientist, ecosystems managers, and environmentalists. It discusses the discuss the science, policy and conservation of freshwater ecosystems while describing their current status and trends.
Here deep sea and ocean science is delivered straight from the field. Straight from the eyes of the scientist himself. With a voice for our world's need for protection and conservation, this blog is also highly informative, a great read for any scientist, researcher, or nature enthusiast.
Watching Our Wter Wayshttp://pugetsoundblogs.com/waterways/
Rivers and lakes and oceans, oh my. Together with algae and fish and under water plants galore. With Puget sound’s being watched over by the ecological blog Watching Our Water Ways, all the water life should be extremely safe. This blog have wonderfully interesting articles.
Riparian Rap is an ecology blog that needs to be revisited more than once. Steve Gough manages to stuff his blog full with facts, figures and written communication on the nuts and bolts of rivers. Predominantly it is in geomorphology and ecological areas as well as with a touch of preservation maintenance.
Carl Safina’s ecology blog is aptly named Carl Safina. Known as the biggest ecosystem on Earth his interest lies in the oceans. He fills his blog with his thoughts of how they are perceived having their own idiosyncratic brand of scientific marvel and mayhem.