A remotely operated vehicle (ROV) could help define the limits of nations’ underwater borders.
According to a report from The Nature Conservancy released this week, shellfish reefs are the world’s most imperiled marine habitats.
The tiny creatures, eaten in shrimp rolls and shrimp salad, occupy a pivotal role in the oceanic food chain and may serve as early indicators of changing climate due to their sensitivity to temperature.
Global warming conjures images of rising seas that threaten coastal areas; but as the glaciers melt in Juneau the land is rising, causing the sea to retreat.
Study finds the process by which ocean fish can become poisoned.
Sensitive shrimp stocks could plummet if the north Atlantic ocean warms up as predicted, say researchers.
Offshore wind turbines offer huge potential as a renewable energy source in today’s world, but the number of offshore wind farms is surprisingly small. Here, three scientists look at the wind resources off the southeast coast of Brazil as a possible sight that could one day provide Brazil with clean, carbon-free electricity.
Global warming may drown the Maldives, and the island nation’s president is considering relocating the entire population.
The device is said to be at the forefront of a new generation of wave-power machines that could slash renewables costs.
Evidence is building to support the notion that a huge wave crashed into the New York City region 2,300 years ago.