Articles by: Neil Schulman

by / on November 10, 2014 at 5:00 am / in At the Beach

7 Things You Should Know About Beach Debris

Humans are naturally curious about what washes up on the beach, from Asian tsunami debris to glass floats, shells, seaweed, and driftwood. When you delve below the surface, beach debris is plenty fascinating. Here are some things to know about […]

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by / on October 16, 2014 at 5:00 am / in Under the Sea

Wasting Away in Sea Star-ville

Sea stars are iconic coastal creatures. They’re colorful and cling to rocks and mussel beds all along the coast. Everyone loves them. But sea stars are dying out. And nobody really knows why. “Sea Star Wasting Syndrome” has gotten the […]

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by / on September 19, 2014 at 5:00 am / in Under the Sea

8 Things You Should Know About Gray Whales

They migrate up and down the Pacific Coast, moving north or south along the shore throughout the year. If you’ve visited the Pacific Coast, you may have seen a few. Here’s what’s truly interesting about these 35-ton hunks of blubber […]

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by / on September 16, 2014 at 5:00 am / in At the Beach

Manhattan Under Our Feet: Life in the Tidepools

You’re standing on the rocky shore. While you’re gazing out over the sea, you hear a voice, in a Robert DeNiro accent. “Hey buddy! Watch where you’re standing! I’m trying to make a livin’ here!” You look down, only to […]

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