Climate change has reconfigured Arctic ecosystems. A 5-year project focuses on the relationships among oceanographic conditions and the animals and other life-forms in this region.
An expanding zone of shallow, oxygen-depleted water in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean may be vertically restricting the habitat of this important source of food, according to a recent study.
A new algorithm improves the accuracy of Pacific and Indian Ocean surface temperature measurements by the Japanese geostationary satellite Himawari-8.
A new compilation of underwater terrain provides the most up-to-date mapping of portions of the western Arctic and North Pacific.
Scientists review studies of the tropical Madden-Julian Oscillation to better frame its role in air-sea interactions.
The Galápagos cold pool is expanding northward as a result of climate change, and local penguin populations are rising.
Mid-ocean ridge eruptions follow the cycles of tides and Earth's orbital eccentricity, indicating a possible role in long-term climate shifts.
Scientists discover the causes for heat flow anomalies near the Japan Trench.
Ship surveys show that the "Gulf Stream" of the Pacific is not a stable boundary current.
The 2014 Pan Pacific Partnership on Climate Change Adaptation; Taipei, Taiwan, 29 September to 2 October 2014