RECENTLY PUBLISHED Quit Worrying About Uncertainty in Sea Level Projections Ocean Terrain and the Engineering Challenges for Offshore Wind Farms Current History: Exploring the Past of the Tasman Leakage Dungeness Crab at Risk from Multiple Climate-Related Stressors Seafloor Ocean Drilling Carbon Cycling OCEAN OBSERVING SYSTEMS Remote-Controlled Ocean Drones Observe Atmospheric Cold Pools Autonomous Minisubmarine Measures Seawater Conditions Ship-Based Measurements Overestimate Southern Ocean Carbon Sink Progress and Planning in Understanding Ocean Acidification “The movement of the ocean is critical in regulating the climate of the Earth.”Hussein Aluie, “Eddy Killing in the Ocean” OCEANS ARCHIVE Forecasting Compound Floods in Complex Coastal Regions Coastal communities face more frequent floods in which rain, rivers, and ocean storm surge combine forces. A reliable system that accurately predicts inundation from these events is urgently needed. by Saeed Moghimi, Edward Myers, Shachak Pe’eri, Y. Joseph Zhang and Fei Ye Cyclone “Seed” Survival Affects Hurricane Season Intensity Understanding how seed storms grow into full-blown hurricanes and typhoons could help predict hurricane season intensity in a changing climate. by Joshua Learn The Benefits of Better Ocean Weather Forecasting Improvements in our ability to forecast oceanic conditions weeks to months in advance will help communities, industries, and other groups prepare amid a changing climate. by Charlotte DeMott, Ángel G. Muñoz, Christopher D. Roberts, Claire M. Spillman and F. Vitart Windjamming on the Warming Gulf of Maine Living in Geologic Time: A sailing venture reveals economic upheaval along Maine’s enduring coast. by Mary Caperton Morton Kelp’s Carbon Sink Potential Could Be Blocked by Coastal Darkening Coastal darkening, an environmental threat researchers are only beginning to study, is found to dramatically reduce the productivity of kelp. by Doug Johnson Wind and Ocean Currents May Contribute to Mass Dolphin Strandings Coastal wind patterns correlate with mass strandings of dolphins, suggesting that storm-induced upwelling could be influencing cetaceans’ behavior. by Rebecca Dzombak Could AI Be Useful for Arctic Communities Facing Sea Ice Loss? The forecasting tool IceNet promises to be a useful tool for evaluating sea ice loss in the Arctic. But ethical and logistic considerations have to be taken before scientific and Indigenous communities start working together. by Humberto Basilio Measuring Sea Level Rise Along the Coast Scientists created a global map of vertical land motion to show how the solid ground is moving relative to the planet’s rising seas. by David Shultz Melting Arctic Sea Ice Strengthens Tides If climate change throws off the seasonal freeze-thaw cycle of Arctic sea ice, it could trigger a reinforcing cycle of sea ice melt in parts of the Canadian Arctic. by Kimberly M. S. Cartier For Venice’s Floodgates to Work, Better Forecasts Are Needed Climate change increases massive storm surges, which may be more than Venice’s flood-control system can handle. by Damond Benningfield Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.