Weekly update from Bob Gagosian, President/CEO of the Consortium for Ocean Leadership.
A new study by scientists from Nova Southeastern University’s (NSU) Save Our Seas Shark Research Centre and Cornell University published in final form today in the journal BMC Genomics now undertakes the first large-scale exploration of the great white shark’s genetic repertoire
NASA’s Earth Observatory says that a vast chunk of ice the size of Singapore has broken away from Antarctica, and may soon start drifting in the Southern Ocean.
Miriam Goldstein is a marine biologist and science communicator, and is currently spending a year as a Sea Grant Fellow in the United States Congress.
The Consortium for Ocean Leadership will attend this year’s American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting in San Francisco, California.
Decision follows authorization from the National Science Board; decadal survey will review NSF’s ocean sciences portfolio
The webinars will introduce the themes and questions in detail, but the discussion continues beyond the webinar timeframe.
A new study on the last common ancestor of today’s penguins.
Calcite crusts of arctic algae record 650 years of sea ice change
An uneven set of measurements has resulted in a bias towards cold in global average temperature records, helping create a seeming hiatus in global warming