Jane Adey hosts CBC Radio's The Broadcast, and has worked for many other CBC programs, including Here & Now, Land & Sea and On The Go.
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Swimming into the twilight zone: The wonders of the lantern fish
Aptly named, this flashy fish emits its own light; lantern fish have organs on their bodies, called photophores, that produce a molecule called luciferin that, when combined with oxygen, makes a blue-green light.
Hot spot of ocean biodiversity discovered off coast of Makkovik, thanks to fisherman
Researchers found an underwater cliff covered in corals and sponges this summer during a scientific mission, after an unusual incident was reported by a Labrador fisherman.
In the frigid depths of the Labrador Sea, these scientists are studying coral in novel ways
A voyage to the northern Labrador Sea examines an important part of the ocean ecosystem: corals.
1 year after tragic sinking, St. Lawrence marks anniversary with memorials to those lost at sea
It's been one year since four men drowned after the Sarah Anna sank off Newfoundland's Burin Peninsula. A grieving wife talks about her husband and her plans to remember him.
When it comes to our democracy, are you a capelin or a jellyfish?
With Election Day one week away, could the fate of capelin and cod help us find our backbones as an electorate?
On the edge of the sea: Ocean-focused artist encourages exploration of rural N.L.
Janet Davis says it hasn't always been easy to make a living in rural Newfoundland but she is proof it can be done.
The waters off N.L. are crawling with all kinds of crab — and commercial potential
Most Newfoundlanders and Labradorians are familiar with snow crab but how about toad crab or porcupine crab? There are many varieties of the shellfish in waters off our coast.
'Like a funeral': Fisherman laments tanking prices in once-lucrative lobster fishery
Lobster harvesters take to the water this year with crushing financial pressures and worries about the spread of the coronavirus in their communities.
Whales will come, but will tourists? Uncertainty in N.L. tourism business grows
Whale-watching tour company owners say June bookings have been cancelled.
Success on the half shell: Triton man serves up N.L's first local oysters
Ten years ago when Juan Roberts started trying to cultivate oysters, skeptics said it couldn't be done. He has now launched Mersheen Bay Oysters.