$3.6 million HABs research project aims to protect freshwater from contamination
Deep-water marine fish living on the continental slopes at depths from 2,000 ft to one mile have liver pathologies, tumors and other health problems that may be linked to human-caused pollution, one of the first studies of its type has found.
Many strange creatures live in the deep sea, but few are odder than archaea, primitive single-celled bacteria-like microorganisms.
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Weekly update from Sherri Goodman, President/CEO of the Consortium for Ocean Leadership.
The NW Pacific is dotted by small, low-lying, coastal cities where populations tend to cluster. These communities can be isolated and are susceptible to devastation from major storms that bring substantial wind, waves and storm surge.
A 30-foot-long core sample of Pacific Ocean seafloor is changing what we know about ocean resiliency in the face of rapidly changing climate.
A network of permanent observatories will soon monitor the oceans
Along California’s central coast, an unusual underwater scene is unfolding. Where sea urchins previously hid in cracks and crevices, they now carpet the seafloor.
Antarctica’s icy fringe is dissolving in warming ocean waters—and the loss of ice has ramped up dramatically in the last decade, according to a new study.