Australian–New Zealand IODP Consortium Ocean Planet Workshop; Canberra, Australia, 14–16 April 2019
New link may offer 5-week lead time on predicting extreme heat in California’s fruit belt.
A rare submarine landslide provides researchers with a reference point for modeling the biggest tsunamis.
A semi-conservative tracer combining nitrate and dissolved oxygen is more accurate than traditional tracers in distinguishing between Atlantic and Pacific water mass contributions to the Arctic.
A new study rebuffs the standard approach to paleomagnetism and offers an updated methodology and new locations of paleomagnetic poles.
Measurements from a 19th century scientific expedition have revealed that the deep Pacific waters are cooling from lower global temperatures centuries ago.
International Ocean Discovery Program Workshop; Mount Hood, Oregon, 25–27 September 2018
Upwelling hinders an efficient method to estimate a key measure of biological productivity in coastal waters, but accounting for surface temperatures could boost accuracy.
A new optical fiber interferometry strain sensor tested off the Oregon coast holds promising prospects for seafloor geodesy.
A sensitive underwater microphone captures the sounds of methane, a potent greenhouse gas, escaping into waters off the coast of Oregon. Using this sound, researchers can estimate the bubbles’ sizes.