The magazine of the marine biological community
The Marine Biologist is the world’s leading magazine dedicated to the discipline of marine biology. We aim to bring readers the latest in research, communication and education, with contributions from leading names in the field.
Published twice a year in full colour, The Marine Biologist magazine is one of the benefits of membership of the Marine Biological Association. Find out more about joining the MBA.
Issue 7 of The Marine Biologist magazine is out now.
The following back issues are available to read online:
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Read articles from the magazine:
Two views on a revolution in aquaculture - Making the case for caution are: Douglas McCauley, Erin Dillon, Francis Joyce, and Ashley Stroud. Proponents of aquaculture are Benjamin S. Halpern and Halley E. Froehlich.
Planet Earth’s blue heart - Why we need to reset how we connect people to the ocean. By Sylvia Earle and Dan Laffoley.
Oceans of change - Fish were larger, more abundant, and catches of big species more varied than today. By Callum Roberts.
Winners and losers in a high CO2 world - the future of north-east Atlantic seaweeds and seagrasses. By Juliet Brodie, Chris Williamson and Jason Hall-Spencer.