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Here’s why shellfish and other animals in the sea suffer when the ocean is forced to absorb too much carbon dioxide.
Satellites, coral reefs, ancient Roman fishponds and sinking cities help us understand how humans are changing sea level.
Microbes in the mud beneath the seafloor may live millions of years, redefining what it means to be old and alive.
Intrepid researchers discover icebergs host large and lively communities of life.
Capsizing icebergs may release as much energy as a bomb
Scientists track the movement of ‘virtual water,’ used in the production of goods and exchanged among nations.
Coastal animals around the world are spending more time in or around waters with too little oxygen.
Long-lasting oceanic garbage threatens marine life.
Scientists find Antarctic icebergs play a new and bigger role in the climate cycle.
Carbon dioxide is making the oceans more acidic.