A massive earthquake up to magnitude 9.2 strikes the Pacific coast on average every 243 years -- and it's been 315 since the last one. Continue reading →
A bizarre patch of warm water is being blamed for everything from the California drought to deaths of sea lions.
A blob of warm water in the Pacific Ocean may be to blame for some of the bizarre weather in the United States this year.
The Atlantic Cod could displace valuable Alaskan fish as the natural barrier of the Arctic Ocean warms with climate change.
A Tongan volcano has created a substantial new island since it began erupting last month.
On Wednesday, a vicious winter storm hit the U.S. West Coast. By Friday, flooding, high winds and fallen trees caused huge travel disruptions and property damage.
The world's oceans may contain about 10 times more plastic than the most recent studies suggest.
A newly found seamount beneath the Pacific Ocean is about two-thirds of a mile high (1.1 kilometers), researchers said.
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