Polymer Tides | Shared Inspiration at the Shoreline

    The Rhode Island shoreline has inspired generations of artists—you can scarcely browse an art fair anywhere in the state without seeing evidence of it—but where many are moved to paint watercolors of lighthouses or take pensive photographs of sunsets over the bay,...

Book Review | The Stowaway

    THERE WAS A TIME WHEN ANTARCTICA, not the deep ocean, was considered “the last frontier on Earth left to explore,” and in 1928, the man determined to do so—and to cement his fame,  if not his fortune—was Cmdr. Richard Evelyn Byrd. By then, the explorer and retired...

Endeavor | Fantastic Voyages Near End

    IT HAS CRUISED THE WORLD'S OCEANS FOR 42 YEARS—more than a million nautical miles from the North Atlantic to the South Pacific and from the Arctic to the Black Sea—and now is nearing retirement. But the R/V Endeavor is still hard at work about 200 days each year,...

Drilling Down | The Limits of Life Below the Seafloor

    IT USED TO BE ASSUMED THAT DIRECT SUNLIGHT WAS NECESSARY to sustain all major forms of life on Earth. That was until 7-foot tube worms, giant white clams, eyeless shrimp, and many other creatures were discovered to be thriving in complete darkness nearly a mile...

Seafood Lovers on a Mission | Exploring New England Markets

    Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to eat local seafood once a week for 26 weeks. Every Sunday, you and 88 other individuals will receive an assignment containing four randomly generated New England seafood species. No two lists are the same. You...

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The Beauty of Wampum

Restoring Rhode Island’s Rivers

Tell Me a Story | Landscape Architecture Students Take on Oakland Beach

Global Shipping’s Stowaways Wreak Havoc in Local Waters

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The Beauty of Wampum

Restoring Rhode Island’s Rivers

Tell Me a Story | Landscape Architecture Students Take on Oakland Beach

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