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It takes time and a little organic chemistry to scrub molasses from seawater.
The latest numbers suggest the Antarctic sea ice may be heading toward a record high this year.
NOAA has launched a new online mapping tool for the Great Lakes region
By analyzing ear wax from a deceased blue whale, scientists gained clues to years of chemical exposure.
New research shows that rising ocean temperatures will upset natural cycles of carbon dioxide, nitrogen and phosphorus.
The 22-month competition will award two $1-million prizes, one to the best low-cost sensor and one to the most accurate.
Glaciers in Antarctica are melting faster and across a much wider area than previously thought
A five year, $20-million dollar grant will let Scripps scientists study how the surprisingly complex compounds in sea spray affect rainfall, climate and human health.
Scientists expect climate change and warmer oceans to push the fish that people rely on for food and income into new territory.