The Consortium for Ocean Leadership granted two Special Awards, totaling $4,000, at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair held May 11-15 in Pittsburgh, PA.
Recently Awarded the Peter Benchley Award for Ocean Stewardship
The Indian Ocean may be the dark horse in the quest to explain the puzzling pause in global warming, researchers report on 18 May in Nature Geoscience.
A factor that determines the properties of clouds that help moderate the planet’s temperature may be decided in the oceans.
Rivers transport 200 million tons of carbon to the oceans every year, according to new research that calculates the role of rivers in carbon storage.
Tiny particles used in sunscreens and other consumer products may harm marine creatures by disabling the defense mechanisms that protect their embryos, according to a new study.
On behalf of FIO, the host institution, University of South Florida (USF) invites applications and nominations for the position of Director of the Florida Institute of Oceanography (FIO).
Last week, the US became chair of the Arctic Council, an intergovernmental forum for the eight Arctic nations and observer nations as distant from the Arctic as India and Singapore.
SIR ALISTER HARDY FOUNDATION FOR OCEAN SCIENCE (SAHFOS) wishes to appoint a Director to lead the Continuous Plankton Recorder (CPR) Survey and other activities of the Foundation.
Blue whales are vulnerable to cargo ship strikes because they are so used to being the largest animal in the ocean that they often fail to avoid the vessels, a Stanford University biologist has found.