The Ocean is under-observed and under-researched, and requires a lot more investment in the years to come if we are to manage it sustainably
New Website Brings Deep Ocean Exploration Imagery and Lessons to Educators and Public
Kilometers beneath the surface, can the deep sea give us clues regarding medicine and human immunity? Turns out, it can.
In the Hunt for Ocean Treasures, Robots Lead the Way
Shell Ocean Discovery XPRIZE teams are building autonomous robots to map the seafloor and hunt for unknown signals in the hope of winning $7 million.
Finding Hope at Home and in a Deep Ocean of Possibilities
In this annual series, IEEE Earthzine staff and guest contributors offer short essays on their sources of hope or inspiration in the face of widespread global change.
A Dissolving Future for Coral Reefs
The latest findings suggest that ocean acidification by carbon dioxide may already be eroding reefs worldwide, and provide a crucial proof for a novel monitoring system tracking erosion on U.S. reefs.
An Introduction to My Life Aquatic
Earthzine science writer joins Robert Ballard’s Corps of Exploration on board the E/V Nautilus in August.
Call for Papers: Coral Reefs
IEEE Earthzine, an online scientific publication, is soliciting articles of 800 to 3,000 words for its second 2017 quarterly theme, Coral Reefs.
The Writer and the Scientist: Finding Inspiration
Earthzine’s Senior Science Writer Elise Mulder Osenga finds hope through her work in interviews with scientists.
PREPping Access to Climate Data
Through the Partnership for Resilience and Preparedness (PREP), a collaboration between public, private, and government sectors, open-source data may change the way the world approaches climate change.
A Paradigm Shift for NASA via Small Satellite Missions
NASA sees a paradigm shift in Earth observing missions, which will increasingly rely on small satellite technologies but provide big results.