It turns out that the surface of the oceans may impact climate far more than once thought.
Scientists have found that 47 percent of the edible U.S. seafood supply is wasted ever year, raising concerns about the sustainability of the world's seafood resources.
Scientists have found a possible way to reduce the dead zones in the ocean.
Why do whales use echolocation when bacteria do not? Now, scientists have announced that body size determines available sensing modes.
Scientists have uncovered a new lineage of extinct sharks that didn't eat meat, but instead feasted on plankton. The sharks once lived in warm oceans during the age of the dinosaurs, nearly 100 million years ago.
Scientists have discovered that microbeads are spreading across the world's seas, affecting water quality, wildlife, and resources used by people.
It turns out that the global warming "hiatus" may not have actually occurred. Scientists have found that the recent rate of global warming is the result of faulty statistical methods rather than any kind of pause.
Robots are helping conservationists with a big project. These machines have created the first true three-dimensional picture of submarine canyon habitats by mapping the deep sea in a conservation area.
Scientists have discovered a global ocean on Saturn's moon, Enceladus. The ocean, found by NASA's Cassini mission, may tell researchers a bit more about this icy world.
The world's sea turtles may be in a lot more trouble than once thought. Scientists have found that more than half of the world's sea turtles have eaten plastic or other human trash.
Scientists have discovered traces of two enormous meteorite impacts in Sweden. The twin strike occurred around 460 million years ago, and may reveal a bit more about our planet's early history.