Scientists are expecting a very large “dead zone” in the Gulf of Mexico and a smaller than average hypoxic level in the Chesapeake Bay this year
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The deep biosphere—the realm of sediments far below the seafloor—harbors a vast ecosystem of bacteria, archaea, and fungi that are actively metabolizing, proliferating, and moving
Rutgers scientists have described for the first time the biological process of how corals create their skeletons…
In the race against climate change and ocean acidification, some sea urchins may still have a few tricks up their spiny sleeves…
Scientists at the GulfSERPENT Project recently captured an oarfish on video near the Gulf of Mexico.
This week, we brought to the Capitol a unique symbol of the power of curiosity and imagination used to surmount fantastic technological hurdles and explore the unknown.
Film director James Cameron will advocate for ocean research during a Tuesday Senate hearing.
New study reveals more acid seas could alter early development of Atlantic longfin squid