A spiraling pool of cold, dense, arctic air called a "polar vortex" began its frigid sweep of the U.S. today. "It's just a dangerous cold," said National Weather Service meteorologist Butch Dye this morning.
Right now, a science expedition to Antarctica is trapped in ice, waiting to be freed so they can continue exploring. They're just the latest group of humans to venture into the unpredictable, frozen world of the South Pole and beyond.
Introduction The rising atmospheric CO2 level is continuously driving the dissolution of more CO2 into the oceans, and some emission scenarios project that the surface waters may reach 1000 muatm by the end of the century.
New Zealand's Antarctic Heritage Trust has announced an exciting find: 22 never-before-seen cellulose nitrate negatives discovered inside Captain Robert Falcon Scott's last expedition base at Cape Evans on Ross Island in Antarctica.
GPB Federal Officials Enforce Ship Speed Limits To Protect Endangered Whales GPB The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration used the law to enforce speed limits on a temporary basis five years ago.
New companies yet to show interest in 3 deep sea blocks DhakaTribune No new companies have shown interests in exploring oil and gas in three deep sea blocks out in the Bay of Bengal even though two months have passed since the state-run Petrobangla...
This weird deep-sea worm has a dick on its head Grist The bone-eating snot-flower worm (or Osedax mucofloris if you wanna get prissy) was just discovered less than a decade ago, on the ocean floor — and it's hella weird.
COULD corals survive ocean acidification against the odds? That’s the hope raised by reefs found to be thriving in naturally acidified waters. Corals use the carbonate ions in water to build their skeletons from calcium carbonate.
WantChinaTimes New sponge species discovered on Taiwan's coral reefs WantChinaTimes Researchers from the United States and Taiwan have recently discovered an apparent new species of marine sponge that helps feed coral reef communities around the...
indiatvnews.com Female whale shark satellite-tagged in Gujarat indiatvnews.com Ahmedabad: In a step towards learning more about the world's biggest fish, the whale shark, a female of the species was yesterday successfully satellite tagged near...
(Reuters) - Three icebreakers are en route to an area off the coast of Antarctica to help free a vessel carrying 74 people, including a scientific expedition team, which is stranded in thick sheets of ice, officials said on Thursday.
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