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To Get Over Fear Of Sharks, Try Swimming With Them

Photo: Jean-Marie Ghislain

To Get Over Fear Of Sharks, Try Swimming With Them

Source: The Telegraph/Chris Moss - October 21, 2014

Galeophobia – the excessive and persistent fear of sharks – is one of the most widespread of all phobias.

It kind of makes sense. First, there’s our general clumsiness in the sea and our sense of being out of control, compounded by the probable murkiness of the water and unpredictability of ocean currents. Factor in more…

To Get Over Fear Of Sharks, Try Swimming With Them

Photo: Jean-Marie Ghislain

To Get Over Fear Of Sharks, Try Swimming With Them

Source: The Telegraph/Chris Moss - October 21, 2014

Galeophobia – the excessive and persistent fear of sharks – is one of the most widespread of all phobias.

It kind of makes sense. First, more…

Ancient Submerged Ruins Excavated For Clues

Photo: Kihachiro Aratake

Ancient Submerged Ruins Excavated For Clues

Source: TakePart/Zachary Slobig - October 21, 2014

With new research showing sea levels at their highest in 6,000 years, archaeologists are investigating the submerged ruins of early human settlements more…

World’s Oceans Set Another All-Time Heat Record

Source: NOAA's National Climatic Data Center

World’s Oceans Set Another All-Time Heat Record

Source: Mashable/Andrew Freedman - October 21, 2014

For the third month this year, the world's oceans set a record for the warmest they have ever been since at least 1880, the National more…

Illegal Crab Harvesting in Russia Wreaking Global Havoc

Photo: Dmitry V Prozorkevich, Polar Research Institute of Marine Fisheries and Oceanography

Illegal Crab Harvesting in Russia Wreaking Global Havoc

Source: TakePart/David Kirby - October 21, 2014

Have you been eating “laundered crab”?

You might be, according to a World Wildlife Fund report that found the illegal overharvesting of king crabs and more…

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New Partnership: World Ocean Observatory

New Partnership: World Ocean Observatory

World Ocean Observatory - September 19, 2014

We are excited to announce a new partnership with the World Ocean Observatory and you may have already noticed the fruits of this endeavor. World Ocean more…

Calling All Aspiring Journalists

Calling All Aspiring Journalists

The TerraMar Team - September 16, 2014

Announcing the Junior Editor Section
We are excited to announce a new component to The Daily Catch exclusively for aspiring journalists that are still in school: the more…

War and Water

Photo: Robert Simmon/NASA

War and Water

Source: World Ocean Radio/Peter Neill - October 21, 2014

Sectarian conflicts in the Middle East have been ongoing for what seems like forever. The latest violence in Syria and Turkey brought Peter more…

Moral Order: The Rise of Luca C Mariner

Moral Order: The Rise of Luca C Mariner

Author: Phil Pauley - September 19, 2014

Welcome to the newest section of The Daily Catch, the TerraMar Book Club. Each month we will feature a new book that has caught our attention, more…