A new study found that ocean acidification may weaken oyster shells, but warm ocean water can buffer the shells from the effects of acidic ocean water.
It turns out that countries drastically underreport the number of fish caught worldwide, which could mean we're running out of fish.
Warmer temperatures may be causing superstorms in the future. Scientists have found that heated oceans may actually lead to more powerful storms.
The Red Tide isn't just something you find in the ocean
Snapping shrimp may tell researchers a bit more about reefs. Scientists have found that the tiny snapping shrimp's noisy habits could play a big role in reef ecology.
Researchers found that northern lakes are releasing massive and increasing amounts of methane.
Bacteria in the oceans function as the waste water treatment plants of the ocean.
Researchers found that fish communicate in a similar manner like chimpanzees and elephants to protect themselves from predators.
Robotic, underwater vehicles may give researchers a new tool to better understand shark behavior. These robots may be able to travel where humans cannot in order to show scientists how sharks behave in the wild.
In a recent study, researchers found that many marine creatures use the moon's light to migrate during the dark winter months. These creatures keep busy, which in turn helps them avoid predators that hunt with the moonlight.
A new study found that leopard sharks use their nose to navigate straight paths in the ocean