Ute Eberle’s Contributions:
With Ships, Birds Find an Easier Way to Travel
Why fly all the way across the ocean when you can chill out by the pool?
Mar 16, 2023 | 800 words, about 4 minutes
Coastal Job: Shipwreck Forensic Analyst
Edda Guareschi pieces together mysteries using bones found underwater.
Jan 5, 2023 | 600 words, about 3 minutes
Coastal Job: Pirate Researcher
Rebecca Simon studies pirates of the past to set the record straight today.
Jul 29, 2022 | 650 words, about 3 minutes
Coastal Job: Mudflat Guide
Veteran guide Heiko Campen helps visitors to the Wadden Sea safely explore a vast muddy landscape.
Apr 28, 2022 | 700 words, about 3 minutes
The Unlikely Success of Fish Sticks
From unappetizing “fishbricks” to cultural darlings, the 1950s convenience food has enjoyed a winning streak—no less so than during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Apr 23, 2021 | 1,100 words, about 6 minutes
This Seawater-Infused Wine Is Sweet, Thick, and Not at All Salty
After 2,500 years, wine enthusiasts bring back a wine adored by ancient Greeks.
Nov 2, 2020 | 500 words, about 2 minutes
Scientists Are Teaching Sturgeon How to Hunt
They hope the training program will help the imperiled fish bounce back from the brink of extinction.
Jul 26, 2019 | 600 words, about 3 minutes
Chemical Cues Prompt Farmed Seaweeds to Protect Themselves
Scientists experimenting on farmed algae show they can deliberately trigger seaweeds’ chemical defenses.
Mar 21, 2019 | 600 words, about 3 minutes