The first open-source database of SEAfloor FLuid Expulsion Anomalies (SEAFLEASs) at a global scale reveals their distribution and physical parameters.
Basin-wide ocean gyres have been observed to be slowly migrating toward the poles and, although natural variations contribute, climate simulations suggest the shift is in response to global warming.
Have you ever noticed that the Earth is humming? Seismologists have! Discover how individual storms in the northern Pacific Ocean generate a long-period seismic signal.
In Japan’s submarine Nankai Trough, rock permeability is much higher when measured at larger scales, likely because of big fractures and faults that are not captured at small scales.
A team of polar scientists aboard the OGS Explora, cruising in rare ice-free conditions, discovered new evidence of ancient and modern-day ice sheet sensitivity to climatic fluctuations.
Salinity and Water Cycle over the Oceans: Recent Progress and Future Challenges; Hamburg, Germany, 12–15 October 2015
The ALOHA Cabled Observatory, located 100 kilometers north of Oahu, is enabling a variety of studies of the biology and physics of the deep ocean.
From 1957 to 1965, 46 ships under 14 flags collected data for the International Indian Ocean Expedition. Now, 50 years later, scientists are planning a fresh effort to study the Indian Ocean.