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The uppermost reaches of the ocean could be rapidly scanned in groundbreaking high detail using acoustic techniques.
Iron fertilization may shift the ecology of the ocean from a plankton bloom that is better at removing carbon to a bloom dominated by diatoms that are best at removing iron. Continue reading →
Sea snakes could slither into bull sharks' turf if the Nicaraguan government succeeds in digging a canal between the Pacific Ocean and Caribbean Sea.
Marine biologists discovered that microbes are living 521 feet (129 meters) beneath the seafloor off the coast of Peru. Continue reading →
Protecting beaches makes good business sense. Recent research found that investments in keeping storm runoff from flooding beaches paid off in dramatically increased beach attendance. Continue reading →
Scientists have revealed new video of the longest - and one of the most elusive - bony fish in the world. Continue reading →
The Last Ocean, a documentary by filmmaker Peter Young, uses stunning visuals from Antarctica to lay out its central conflict. Continue reading →
It's World Oceans Day. Here are some ocean facts to blow your mind.
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