Climate change isn’t just about warming. How does climate change effect the delicate balance of nutrients in the ocean?
The global ocean is experiencing heat on a more intensive scale than it has in the last 150 years.
The seismic waves released by submarine earthquakes have a lot of power to map temperature changes.
As the ocean becomes hotter and more acidic, phytoplankton have to change their survival tactics.
Scientist show how record-breaking Antarctic warming exacerbated by climate change.
Researchers investigate how large-scale oyster aquaculture affects ocean acidification.
Australian estuaries are warming up because of climate change and this might be making its fish bigger.
Researchers find that fiddler crab burrowing releases greenhouse gases from salt marsh sediment.
Scientists from Texas A&M use preserved microbial lipids to tie prehistoric climate change to widespread oceanic methane release.
Maria Laura Zoffoli, Pierre Gernez, Philippe Rosa, Anthony Le Bris, Vittorio E. Brando, Anne-Laure Barillé, Nicolas Harin, Steef Peters, Kathrin…
How does ocean acidification affect shark teeth?
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Claar DC, Wood CL. Pulse Heat Stress and Parasitism in a Warming World. Trends Ecol Evol. 2020 Aug;35(8):704-715. doi: 10.1016/j.tree.2020.04.002.…
Marine heatwaves are not only affecting underwater ecosystems like coral reefs but also sandy beaches, important for sea turtle nesting.
Scientists predict that climate change could have different implications for shallow and deep-water crustaceans. Read to find out more!
Is climate change causing problems for those tiny crustaceans?
We know with climate change that the ocean is changing as well, but how much? Read on to find out!
How does climate change and plastic chemical additives affect marine organisms?
Can a giant patch of seaweed in the Atlantic Ocean save the planet from the effects of climate change?
With unequivocal evidence that humans are warming the planet, what does the future hold for the ocean and for us?