NOAA presented to the U.S. Coast Guard today a new report that finds that 36 sunken vessels scattered across the U.S. seafloor could pose an oil pollution threat to the nation’s coastal marine resources.
Science is under attack. With corporations manufacturing uncertainty to undermine studies that hurt their bottom lines and the sequester cutting billions in funding for scientific research, you’d think the American science community would be hunkered down in their labs avoiding outside interference at all costs.
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Weekly update from Bob Gagosian, President/CEO of the Consortium for Ocean Leadership.
Researchers at the University of Bristol state that limiting the amount of global warming could buy some more time for tropical coral reefs.
The chemistry of the ocean is changing. Most climate change discussion focuses on the warmth of the air, but around one-quarter of the carbon dioxide we release into the atmosphere dissolves into the ocean.
It’s easy to forget that global warming doesn’t just refer to the rising temperature of the air.
A University of Victoria instructor is one of two Canadian educators on board the scientific ocean drilling vessel JOIDES Resolution that is docked off Ogden Point in Victoria.
Children and parents learned about the Joint Oceanographic Institutions for Deep Earth Sampling.
Each one looks like an ordinary rock, but the information contained in each core is extraordinary.