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1 hr ago | EurekAlert!
Imagine the open ocean as a microbial megacity, teeming with life too small to be seen.
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5 hrs ago | Live Science
A scanning electron microscope image of marine bacteria. New research suggests that bacteria in the ocean sync their gene expression to the day-night cycle.
5 hrs ago | News Herald
The toxic algal blooms in Lake Erie's Western Basin later this summer likely will be significant but not as bad as last year or the record-setting 2011 bloom, scientists said today.
6 hrs ago | EurekAlert!
As scientists learn more about earthquakes that rupture at fault zones near the planet's surface-and the mechanisms that trigger them-an even more intriguing earthquake mystery lies deeper in the planet.
11 hrs ago | The Daily Caller
Well, America, if you've ever wondered what millions and millions of anchovies look like darting around the ocean in a huge, black-blue glob, wonder no more.
12 hrs ago | WAFF-TV Huntsville
Amazing video taken by a Hawaii graduate student is going viral because of the never-before-seen image she managed to capture.
12 hrs ago | RedOrbit
Image Caption: A group of surfers paddle near a huge school of anchovies off the coast of La Jolla, CA.
Dutch student Boyan Slat is only 19 years old, but he already has 100 people working on his revolutionary plan to scoop thousands of tonnes of damaging plastics from the oceans.
As climate change shifts the geographic ranges in which animals can be found, concern mounts over the effect it has on their parasites.
A GIANT SCHOOL OF ANCHOVY AMASSED NEAR THE SAN DIEGO SHORELINE. SEVERAL GRAD STUDENTS AT THE SCRIPPS INSTITUTE OF OCEANOGRAPHY GOT INTO THE WATER.
They're used to dealing with cats and dogs, but workers at the Helen Woodward Animal Center had a problem of another size with the arrival of Sherlock Hams, a pint-sized pig.
A school of California anchovies so big it rivals anything seen off the San Diego coast in three decades was spotted off La Jolla by researchers with the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, it was announced Tuesday.
A Nova Scotia shark fisherman says the most dreaded creature of the sea, the great white shark, appears to be moving north into Nova Scotia waters.
Is your face wash polluting the water? That's what local scientists are trying to figure out along the Georgia coast.
Brazil's most promising offshore oil province, the Santos Basin, has 400 times the number of oil leaks as its older and more prolific neighbor, the Campos Basin, a Brazilian university study says, raising concern about the environmental sustainability of the country's new oil wealth.
Image Caption: A 2005 image of Hurricane Katrina in the Gulf of Mexico from NASA's QuikScat scatterometer shows the kind of ocean-wind data that ISS-RapidScat will provide.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 04:56 pm
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