One of the world's largest oceans is unpredictable by today's weather models.
A combine analyzation of previous studies gives warning to ocean acidification.
Researchers find that melting ice sheets caused by a warming ocean could increase global sea levels by three meters.
Ocean warming may have actually doubled in recent decades.
Scientists have found that carbon dioxide concentrations in seawater could reach levels high enough to make fish "intoxicated" and disoriented many decades earlier than previously thought.
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.
Researchers found that northern lakes are releasing massive and increasing amounts of methane.
Researchers are examining the earth's core and they are studying past changes in sea levels to make future predictions regarding climate change.
Scientists may have found a link between climate change and dead zones.
In a Yale University study, researcher examined the temperatures of ancient oceans from five thousand years ago.
Climate change may be mixing up life in the Arctic with warm water