Jellyfish are growing in numbers around the world, but they are confounding the scientists who are trying to study them, iNews

Climate change is real and we need to grow a spine and deal with it, The List

How her passion for jellyfish led one woman to self-empowerment and a bid to save the planet, The Guardian

Beautiful, Toxic, and Maybe Healing: The Search for Cures From Jellyfish, Undark

How Jellyfish Helped A Marine Biologist Find Her Calling, Science Friday

The Immortal Jellyfish, Discover Magazine

Looking at Life through the Two Dozen Eyes of a Jellyfish, Literary Hub

What Jellyfish Know that Humans Don’t, Time.com

On Jellyfish and Eclipses, Powells Book Blog

Oft-Overlooked Jellyfisheries are too Big to IgnoreHakai

Weird’s Worth, Slate

How a Sea Anemone Can Help Us Hear, Proto

Animal Mothers Remind Us a Lot of Our Own, National Geographic

Like Deadpool, This Jellyfish Has Amazing Superpowers, National Geographic

What you should know about the Paris climate talks, Babble

Silence on the Suez: The Huffington Post

Migrating Home (Book Review): LabLit.com

A Key to the Keystone Problem: The Huffington Post

Suez Expansion: Effects Unknown: Nature

Under the Ships in the Suez Canal: The New York Times

Let’s Attack Mars: The Huffington Post

Climate Predictions: Worst-Case May Be Most Accurate: National Geographic News

Reporting from the Front Lines of the Texas Evolution Debate: Wired.com

Harness the Sea: National Geographic Magazine

3 Degrees of Japan’s Seas: National Geographic Magazine

Meltdown Proof Nukes: National Geographic Magazine

Up a Slippery Slope: National Geographic Magazine

Robot Fish: National Geographic Magazine

Sky Rivers: National Geographic Magazine

Ox Redux: National Geographic Magazine

IBM Puts Supercomputer in Jeopardy: Inside Science News Service

Look, Up in the Sky – It’s Aeroecology: Inside Science News Service

Barcodes Refocus Understanding of Ecosystems: Inside Science News Service

Believing in the Pygmy Bunny: Inside Science News Service

Ocean Studying Satellite “No Longer Recoverable”:  Inside Science News Service

No Phosphorus? No Worries! Marine Life Finds Substitutes: Oceanus 

The Yellow Mark of Death in Corals: Oceanus

Geological Sequestration FAQs website

Book Reviews by Juli Berwald