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Using satellite data, scientists might be able to give people faster warning of tsunamis. Continue reading →
Is the sighting of a gray whale off Namibia a sign of climate change? Continue reading →
A global-scale case of indigestion eats away at the organisms of the Earth's oceans, but delicious Chesapeake Bay oysters may be just the marine medicine people need to fight the devastating effects of ocean acidification. Continue reading →
Deep-sea explorers recently discovered a methane-based ecosystem nearly one mile beneath the waves of the Atlantic Ocean. Few of these methane-munching ecosystems have been found along the U.S. Atlantic coast. Continue reading →
Atlantis at last! We never tire of discovering it again, and again, and again. But this time it's the real one. Really. Cross my heart. Continue reading →
A gorgeous new video is the best way to experience Antarctica without even feeling chilly.
Scientists can now track the global routes that invasive marine species take. Continue reading →
Scientists expressed alarm on Monday over the rapid acidification of the Arctic Ocean caused by carbon dioxide emissions.
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