Thursday, January 23, 2020
Tags Ocean

Tag: ocean

Boaty McBoatface’s First Mission Results Just Got Published, And It’s Serious...

Boaty McBoatface is no longer just an internet sensation - it's also a valuable contributor to climate change research.In 2016, the Natural Environment Research...

Here’s Why It’s Such a Huge Deal That Jupiter’s Moon Europa...

Thanks to the far-reaching optics of the Hubble telescope, and some smart visible-light spectral analysis, scientists have detected what looks a lot like sodium...

We’re Starting to Figure Out Why There Are Mysterious Holes in...

The crust of floating ice that forms over Antarctica's Weddell Sea every winter is home to a baffling mystery. Every now and again, a...

We Totally Missed Most of The Plastic Pollution in The Ocean,...

On average, 8.8 million tons of plastic enters the ocean every year. The maximum amount could be closer to 14 million tons - about...

Plastic pollution found at every depth of the ocean by deep-sea...

MBARI and Monterey Bay AquariumThere could be more tiny particles of plastic drifting deep below the surface of the oceans than floating at the...

What the hell bit the head off this enormous shark?

A fisherman has found a huge severed shark's head in the ocean, sparking fears there could be massive super shark roaming the waters.Trapman Bermagui...

Cleaning up the plastic in the ocean

Take a look around, odds are you're surrounded by plastic. It's in our kitchens and in our bedrooms, it keeps our food fresh and...

Hurricane Florence Is Becoming The Strongest Storm to Ever Make Landfall...

Hurricane Florence may be the strongest storm ever to make landfall north of Florida if predictions hold.The Category 4 storm is located 905 miles...

New hybrid whale-dolphin discovered in Hawaii

Kimberly A. Wood/Cascadia ResearchLast year, a team of scientists spotted what they believed was a hybrid animal off the coast of Kauai, Hawaii....

A Plastic Bag Was Found at The Deepest Point on Earth,...

Humanity's toxic addiction to plastic has reached stunning depths, and we only wish we were speaking figuratively.A new study analysing over 30 years' worth...