Ocean Drilling Program cores and helium isotopes put better constraints on the ocean circulation in the north Pacific.
La captura de especies como el atún y el pez espada no disminuyeron después de que un área marina protegida del tamaño del estado de Nueva York fuera establecida en las costas de México en 2017.
Catches of species such as tuna and swordfish did not decrease after a marine protected area the size of New York State was established off the coast of Mexico in 2017.
Scientists used the chemistry of stone artifacts to trace human migration in the Pacific, revealing evidence of long voyages and cultural exchange.
Phytoplankton patches at an ocean front in the California Current System are found to originate from different coastal upwelling pulses.
In 2019, Tropical Cyclone Oma hovered over the Coral Sea in the South Pacific, leaving a massive algae bloom in its wake.
The world’s largest oceanic core complex is named after the reptilian monster from Japanese science fiction. Parts of the seabed feature were recently christened with the beast’s anatomy.
Cold surface water in the Southern Ocean is a critical component in ocean carbon uptake. A new study profiles it using state-of-the-art research techniques.
Scientists organized a trio of expeditions to document the buildup of stress leading to a large earthquake on a seafloor fault, developing innovations for successful seagoing research in the process.
Atmospheric rivers that start in warm areas of the North Pacific generally stay warm, leading to warmer landfall temperatures in the western United States.