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Category / Oceans

How the warming oceans can blind sea creatures

Pilots flying at high altitudes need extra oxygen, or they’ll start to lose vision — and eventually pass out. Similarly, creatures dwelling in the oceans also require oxygen to see. Unfortunately for them, the seas are now gradually losing oxygen, a problematic marine event known as deoxygenation. Recognizing that this loss of oxygen could also...CONTINUE READING

Why sea creatures are fleeing their houses

There are 3,800 big thermometers floating in the ocean, and the readings don’t lie: Over 90 percent of the warming created by humans is soaked up by the seas. Unsurprisingly, many creatures are feeling the heat.  In new research published Wednesday in the journal Nature, scientists found that global warming has forced twice as many...CONTINUE READING

Greenland’s fastest-melting glacier has stalled. However that’s dangerous information.

Like a snake slithering back into its den, Greenland’s lengthy Jakobshavn glacier has retreated over 25 miles since the 19th century. And for the last two decades, this warming river of ice has purged more ice into to sea than any other Greenland glacier.  But since 2016 — and after 20 years of unprecedented melting...CONTINUE READING

The sea assists in keeping wolfing down a colossal quantity of CO2 from the air, however will it remaining?

The ocean has proved to be an exceptionally selfless and dependable planetary companion.  With no benefit to itself, Earth’s vast sea has gulped up around 30 percent of the carbon dioxide humans emitted into Earth’s atmosphere over the last century. Critically, scientists have now confirmed that the ocean in recent decades has continued its steadfast...CONTINUE READING

NASA dropped an area exploration robotic into Cape Cod’s waters to achieve the darkest unknowns

When the Orpheus drone emerged from the waters off of Cape Cod in September 2018, deep sea biologist Tim Shank felt relieved. Four and a half years earlier, Shank, a scientist at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI), had sent a state-of-the-art exploration craft to crushing ocean depths — but the vehicle never returned.  ...CONTINUE READING

Excessive local weather trade suffocated just about all ocean lifestyles 250 million years in the past

The Great Dying was as nasty as it sounds.  Some 250 million years ago, around 95 percent of ocean species vanished during the planet’s largest-known extinction event, also called the Great Permian Extinction.  The culprit is suspected to be extreme climate change, as epic volcanism filled the atmosphere with carbon dioxide, which gradually heated both...CONTINUE READING

Mesmerizing video shows what would happen if an asteroid crashed into Earth’s oceans

In films like Armageddon, Hollywood has valiantly tried (and failed) to take on the question of what would happen if a comet or asteroid plunged into the oceans on Earth, but what has scientific research actually determined it may look like? America’s National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) has posted a new video illustrating what...CONTINUE READING

‘Headless chicken monster’ caught on camera off East Antarctica

In the deep, dark Southern Ocean encircling Antarctica lies a creature so bewildering and elusive, it hasn’t been filmed for a year.  Behold, the ‘headless chicken monster,’ which has been filmed casually swimming near East Antarctica, the first time it’s been filmed in the region.  Except that it’s not headless, a chicken, or a monster....CONTINUE READING

Norway wants to clean up our oceans. Here’s how it could work.

Earlier this year, Norway’s minister of international development visited Ghana. Minister Nikolai Astrup had a simple request: He wanted to spend some time with his team collecting trash from beaches in the developing nation.  His team assured him that could be arranged. Then he was asked the most telling question of all: Where would they...CONTINUE READING
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