ocean science

It's perfect to hunt sunken treasures! 💰
This story originally appeared on Climate Central.   The depressing task of monitoring ocean acidification just got a little
Living without sunlight, all of the lake organisms rely on minerals in the water and lake muck for the energy needed to "fix
What do we feel when we confront the cosmos? What do we feel when we confront the ocean? Surely, we are humbled, made to
Bottom line -⎯ Humans are not on the menu.
A hybrid remotely operated vehicle (ROV) dubbed Nereus was lost while diving 6.2 miles (10 km) beneath the sea surface in a deep trench northeast of New Zealand on Saturday (May 10), representatives for the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution have confirmed.
"Extreme exploration of this kind is never without risk, and the unfortunate loss of Nereus only underscores the difficulty
On hatching, loggerhead turtles make a beeline under cover of darkness from nests in the sand to the open ocean. The turtles
The biologists concluded that the rings formed because of the radiating pattern in which the eelgrass grows — and dies when
Earlier voyages The ship is most likely to be Dutch, Palmer and his team conclude. The tropical woods come from Southeast
The results of the new study were published online today (Nov. 13) in the journal Nature. Researchers examined the saltiness
Over 23 days, despite mobilization of an international team to one of the planet's most remote locations and efforts to herd them out, an estimated 50 whales would die, largely of exposure, in the Loza Lagoon.
The bullet-shaped, carbon-fiber vehicle could ferry passengers to depths of about 9,842 feet (3,000 meters), its Seattle
Let me say it without hesitation or equivocation: The face of the maritime landscape has not changed in significance, and there is without question a self-evident presence of the maritime experience in modern life.
Mathematically speaking, ocean eddies are counterparts to the black holes in space. (Illustration: G. Haller / ETH Zurich
The animals then would have evolved the ability to incorporate those minerals into their exoskeletons, enabling much more
"It's the first time any subglacial lake sediment has been studied," study author David Pearce, who is now at the University