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7 min ago | Beach Connection
March is not just for whales on the central Oregon coast it's actually for the birds as well.
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3 hrs ago | Russia Taday
Officials at the US Defense Department have requested extra funding for a new fleet of submarines and unmanned underwater vehicles and surveillance drones, according to newly unveiled budget documents.
3 hrs ago | Turnto10.com
Five days after disappearing from radar, no debris field has been found from a missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner that's presumed to have crashed on a flight to Beijing.
5 hrs ago | WTOV9
Malaysia's transport minister says it's possible the plane could have flown for several hours after its last contact with the ground.
9 hrs ago | Sky News
The man who found the Titanic says the only way to find out what happened to flight MH370 is to recover the black box recorders.
9 hrs ago | Criminal Report Daily
The Ocean Art Underwater Photo Competition, organized by the Underwater Photography Guide, announces its 2013 winners.
12 hrs ago | LiveScience
Global warming's crystal ball is clearing as climate models improve, and scientists now predict that some regions will see a month's less rain and snow by 2100.
14 hrs ago | CiteULike
Progress in Oceanography , Vol. 91, No. 2. , pp. 167-216, doi:10.1016/j.pocean.2011.01.002 Sixteen years of sea-surface height fields constructed by merging the measurements from two simultaneously operating altimeters are analyzed to investigate mesoscale variability in the global ocean.
Ralph Fiennes as Gustave H. and Tony Revolori as Zero in Wes Anderson's "The Grand Budapest Hotel."
Adelie penguins cross ice floes near a lead-or opening-in the sea ice at Cape Royds.
More than 25 years after its inception, there is hope that the Global Seismographic Network will finally live up to its name.
March 12 - The European Parliament today passed a resolution calling for a protected area around the North Pole which could ban oil companies and industrial fishing fleets from the region.
The depths of the sea and the farthest reaches of outer space have something in common: They're both extreme environments.
One hundred two years ago this April, one of the world's most famous disasters occurred -- the sinking of the mighty RMS Titanic on its maiden voyage across the north Atlantic Ocean from Southampton, Britain to New York City.
Under normal conditions, a commercial plane's transponder sends out information that allows radar stations to determine its precise location, altitude and speed.
Bob Ballard talks on camera in the mission control room during the first live Immersion Learning webcast from the new Inner Space Center located on the University of Rhode Island Narragansett Bay campus on Dec. 3, 2009.
Nothing dies of old age in the ocean. Everything gets eaten and all that remains of anything is waste.