Research has revealed details of the catastrophic Zanclean flood that refilled the Mediterranean Sea more than five million years ago.
NOAA has established a catch limit for bigeye tuna (Thunnus obesus) in the U.S. pelagic longline fisheries in the western and central Pacific Ocean for each of the calendar years 2009, 2010, and 2011.
Dust that blows across the Atlantic and settles in the Caribbean may be laced with toxins.
Climate change is driving talks to curb greenhouse gas emissions in Copenhagen, but scientists warn that rising CO2 is turning oceans more acidic.
Eric J. Barron, director of Boulder’s National Center for Atmospheric Research, has been chosen as the new president of Florida State University.
In the pipefish, the male cares for the offspring. Apart from the ones he sucks the life out of.
A new scientific study warns that sea level could rise much faster than previously expected.
University of Florida researchers are collecting marine invertebrates on the French Polynesian island of Moorea as part of a massive effort to inventory the DNA sequence of every living species there.
The first-ever 7,300-mile Atlantic Ocean crossing by an unmanned underwater glider is opening up a new world of ocean technology.
Climate changes supplies more saline waters from Indian Ocean.