Scientist show how record-breaking Antarctic warming exacerbated by climate change.
Australian estuaries are warming up because of climate change and this might be making its fish bigger.
A recent study investigates the link between meteorological conditions and harmful algal blooms.
Did you know that it snows in the ocean? How tiny ocean particles impact Earth’s climate.
This mucus-making microbe deploys a snotty strategy for cycling carbon in the ocean. Reference: Larsson, M.E., Bramucci, A.R., Collins, S.…
Over 50 years of protection has led to extreme benefits for green turtle populations.
Scientists from Texas A&M use preserved microbial lipids to tie prehistoric climate change to widespread oceanic methane release.
Analysis of a 30-year ocean time series reveals that carbon export to the deep ocean is maintained despite warming waters
Slow growth and sickness are in stock for coral reefs if we continue putting carbon dioxide into the ocean.
A study of eelgrass adaptive capacity indicates that they may be resilient to rising ocean temperatures.
A recent study finds that certain seashells dissolve themselves to preserve their shelled siblings, with implications for Earth’s climate.
We have strategies to reduce human-wildlife conflict, but how are they holding up as conditions change?
Learn about how quickly phytoplankton can survive frequent changes between high and low ocean temperatures!
Tiny, single-celled archaea prevent the majority of sediment-trapped methane from reaching the atmosphere – but could warming waters change how…
Restoring tidal marshes helps lock away carbon from the atmosphere
Scientists have a new tool to identify heat-tolerant corals that can help to restore these endangered ecosystems
New research from Hawaii indicates that there may be more hope for coral reefs than previously thought.
Our oceans are getting warmer and more acidic. Here's how aquatic plants are adjusting.
Scientists predict that climate change could have different implications for shallow and deep-water crustaceans. Read to find out more!
While tiny in nature, zooplankton are important in regulating carbon in the ocean. Read on to learn how!