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A thin layer of bright green slime at the bottom of an Antarctic lake is giving scientists a glimpse at life on Earth 2.4 billion years ago.
A deep sea robot finds marine life rivaling that found at the Great Barrier Reef.
The bloom is comprised of Cyanobacteria, organisms that changed the face of Earth some 2.4 billion years ago.
Shipwrecks are terrifying catastrophes, but the underwater wreckage they leave behind has odd beauty.
Shell has been given final permission for an exploratory drilling project in Alaskan waters
Nations are trying to stake claims to mineral and energy wealth at the top of the world. Continue reading →
The first new global seafloor map in decades has some surprises that could help reveal how Earth regulates carbon and climate, as well as revise what we know about ancient oceans.
Even with deep cuts in CO2 emissions, it's probably too late to reverse the warming of the oceans so far, new studies conclude.
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