Today, the Administration released the Federal Oceanographic Fleet Status Report, a comprehensive Federal review of the Nation’s fleet of oceanographic survey and research vessels.
The scientific ocean drilling vessel JOIDES Resolution will soon embark on its next adventure, Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) Expedition 341 (Southern Alaska Margin Tectonics, Climate and Sedimentation).
A small but growing number of wealthy patrons, enamored of the possibilities of undersea exploration, are donating the use of ships, submersibles and other resources to support missions that might otherwise be unaffordable.
Three projects seek to track changes in Atlantic overturning circulation currents.
Scientists have found unsuspected linkages between the oxidation state of iron in volcanic rocks and variations in the chemistry of the deep Earth.
New Study Reconstructs the Past Ocean ‘Paleome’
Data will reveal frictional heat generated by fault slip during the Tohoku earthquake
New measurements suggest the Earth’s inner core is far hotter than prior experiments suggested, putting it at 6,000C – as hot as the Sun’s surface.
Fear of buccaneers opens a vast “data hole” in the Indian Ocean.
The remains of a real-life journey to the center of the Earth are preserved in a South Pacific volcano, a new study suggests.