In an unexpected discovery, hundreds of gas plumes bubbling up from the seafloor were spotted during a sweeping survey of the U.S. Atlantic Coast.
The Atlantic is likely to see fewer-than-average named storms and hurricanes -- and possibly no major hurricanes this year.
The rapid warming of the Atlantic Ocean is producing intense Pacific trade winds -- and a temporary hiatus in warming surface temperatures.
Expecting to see huge volumes of plastic in the world's oceans, a team of researchers finds otherwise.
Thirteen tropical storms formed since early June in the Atlantic but only two, Ingrid and Humberto, reached hurricane strength.
Aquatic drones, known as gliders, will soon ply the Atlantic coast of North America collecting data during the peak of the Atlantic hurricane season. Continue reading →
A new study shows that sea temperature measurements one year are the best predictor of sea turtle nesting numbers thirty years later.
Two early-bird predictions call for another above-average hurricane season, but Spring is still a wild card of a season and conditions may change by May.
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