RECENTLY PUBLISHED Active Hurricane Season Expected in the Atlantic Ocean Charting Paths to New Knowledge Tiny Creatures May Play a Difficult-to-Detect Role in Ocean Mixing Muography Array Under Tokyo Bay Spots Meteotsunami Waves Underwater Volcanoes Paleoceanography Gulf Stream Marine Debris Kelp’s Carbon Sink Potential Could Be Blocked by Coastal Darkening What Happens When Six Sea Turtles Go Rogue Coastal Ecosystems Under Pressure Worldwide Tracking How Plastic Moves in the Coastal Ocean Fewer than 1% of ocean plastics remain on the surface, and many scientists believe that the deep ocean is the final resting place for humanity’s refuse.Microscopic Hitchhikers Found on Deep-Sea Plastic OCEANS ARCHIVE Groundwater Flow May Contribute to Submarine Permafrost Thaw New, detailed surveys from the Beaufort Sea reveal a seafloor depression the size of a city block associated with permafrost thaw and likely influenced by the movement of groundwater below. by Jack Lee Glacial Knowledge Gaps Impede Resilience to Sea Level Rise Changes to the support, culture, and community organization of U.S. glaciology are needed to advance understanding of glacial change and better predict rising seas and other ice loss impacts. by Ginny Catania, Twila Moon and Andy Aschwanden Microscopic Hitchhikers Found on Deep-Sea Plastic Are bacteria hailing a ride on plastic 2,000 meters deep? by Jenessa Duncombe Dynamics of Ocean Worlds Likely Controlled by Their Rotation New simulations suggest that subsurface oceans on icy moons with small natural Rossby numbers may be dominated by rotational effects. by Morgan Rehnberg An Unprecedented View Inside a Hurricane To improve future tropical cyclone forecasts, researchers sent a remotely operated saildrone into the extreme winds and towering waves around the eye of a category 4 hurricane. by Gregory R. Foltz, Chidong Zhang, Christian Meinig, Jun A. Zhang and Dongxiao Zhang Climate and Currents Shaped Japan’s Hunter-Gatherer Cultures New climate records from a peat bog show how two neighboring cultures responded differently to shifts in climate and ocean currents. by Rebecca Dzombak Encontrando los océanos ocultos de las lunas usando campos magnéticos inducidos Un análisis de componentes principales de modelos especulativos puede predecir con más seguridad que las técnicas anteriores la p^ppresencia de un océano subsuperficial en un objeto planetario. by Morgan Rehnberg Clues from the Sea Paint a Picture of Earth’s Water Cycle New instrumentation and growing modeling needs in the Earth sciences are driving a renewed effort to compile and curate seawater oxygen isotope data in a centralized, accessible database. by Kristine DeLong, Alyssa Atwood, Andrea Moore and Sara Sanchez 沿岸水产养殖减少营养输送 对中国桑沟湾的高分辨率模拟显示，筏式养殖改变了水动力场，减少了营养盐从近海海底向养殖区的输送。 by Jack Lee 卫星激光揭示地球水运动的变化 GRACE-FO卫星上基于激光的仪器可以扩展到其他地球物理应用，用来收集地球系统中月内时间尺度上的质量变化的数据。 by JoAnna Wendel Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.