Videos de Twitter y YouTube ayudaron a los científicos a descubrir los mecanismos físicos que generaron el gran tsunami en Palu Bay después de un terremoto de magnitud 7.5.
Researchers used an up-to-date global magnetic anomaly data set to track the history of magnetic field reversals and obtain more accurate estimates of tectonic spreading rates.
A new report supports the creation of a compensation fund for nations that rely on terrestrial mining, but it fails to dispel environmental concerns over deep-sea mining.
Changes in sea level and organic carbon burial may have affected seafloor methane seepage over the past 150 million years.
Efforts to recover the missing airplane produced high-resolution bathymetry of the southern Indian Ocean that raises new ideas about how ocean crust forms.
The canyons act like a prism, focusing waves into mammoths of destruction.
Analyses of microbial activity in seawater samples help clarify the fate of methane released from the seafloor.
Seafloor mapping has revealed a crater and several shipwrecks persisting 73 years after the world’s first underwater nuclear test.
A never-before-published data set from the Cold War could help scientists unravel the mysterious western Arctic Ocean.
For Mariana Trench expert Patricia Fryer, an extreme explorer’s record-setting dive was a chance to retrieve some of the deepest samples ever collected.