Earthquakes as deep as 50 kilometers below the seafloor were detected by 12 ocean bottom seismometers placed around the Challenger Deep.
Researchers measured the processes driving heat exchange between the Pacific Ocean and the atmosphere.
Every summer, a low-oxygen pool settles off Canada’s western coast. A new study uses robust modeling to track the origins of the dense water.
Using data collected from Hawaii to Alaska, a new study sheds light on calcium carbonate cycling in the ocean, an understudied component of the global carbon cycle.
El Proyecto Recover usa vehículos autónomos submarinos para identificar, acceder, y captar imágenes de sitios difíciles de alcanzar con restos de la Segunda Guerra Mundial, cerca de las Islas Marianas del Norte.
A new study shows how muons can be used to study tide and wave phenomena, helping secure coastal communities.
A shallow-water oceanic model showed agreement with satellite observations of atmospheric waves produced by the eruption of the underwater volcano.
Recent studies looking at carbon-sequestering microbes suggest we still have a lot to learn about the ocean’s biological carbon pump.
Cutting-edge models predict that El Niño frequency will increase within 2 decades because of climate change, regardless of emissions mitigation efforts.
Project Recover used autonomous underwater vehicles to identify, access, and image hard-to-reach World War II wreckage sites near the Northern Mariana Islands.