Ocean News from Ocean Today

  1. Biologists find trash in belly of stranded baby dolphin (UnderwaterTimes)
    29 Apr 2019
  2. Rapid melting of the world's largest ice shelf linked to solar heat in the ocean (Phys.org)
    29 Apr 2019
  3. NOAA & Air Force Reserve ‘Hurricane Hunters’ to visit East Coast on preparedness tour May 6-10 (NOAA)
    29 Apr 2019
  4. Rebounding Populations and New Flexibility Boost Catches by West Coast Groundfish Fleet (ENN.com)
    29 Apr 2019
  5. Cyclone Kenneth is one of the strongest storms to hit mainland Africa (NewScientist)
    29 Apr 2019
  6. The Ocean’s Biggest Waves Are Getting Even Bigger (LiveScience)
    29 Apr 2019
  7. NEW PUBLICATION: Ocean acidification 'could have consequences for millions' (ScienceDaily)
    29 Apr 2019
  8. Global carbon dioxide growth in 2018 reached 4th highest on record (NOAA)
    27 Mar 2019
  9. Did you know? Plainfin midshipman fish spend three months obsessively protecting, cleaning and caring for its young. (UnderwaterTimes.com)
    22 Feb 2019
  10. New research: Krill found to contribute to the mixing of ocean water (Phys.org)
    22 Feb 2019
  11. 20-million-year-old tusked sea cow is Central America's oldest marine mammal (NSF.gov)
    22 Feb 2019
  12. Nitrogen fixation is surprisingly high in coastal waters and may play a larger role than expected in carbon dioxide (CO2) uptake (ENN.com)
    22 Feb 2019
  13. Climate change may affect ecological interactions among species. (ScienceDaily)
    22 Feb 2019
  14. Hidden in the seabed of the ocean are clues to what's happening to the seas and the climate on a global scale. (Phys.org)
    28 Jan 2019
  15. There Are 'Superbug' Genes in the Arctic. They Definitely Shouldn't Be There. (LiveScience)
    28 Jan 2019
  16. Florida recreational fishing survey improves data collection for Gulf red snapper (NOAA)
    19 Dec 2018
  17. Dolphins have best friends but also shun those outside their clique (NewScientist)
    19 Dec 2018
  18. HIGH SURF WARNING: Monster Waves Continue to Batter the West Coast. (LiveScience)
    19 Dec 2018
  19. A new model of ice friction helps scientists understand how glaciers flow. (ScienceDaily)
    19 Dec 2018
  20. Dead sea lions are washing up on Puget Sound shores — with bullet holes (UnderwaterTimes)
    26 Nov 2018
  21. New insight into ocean-atmosphere interaction and subsequent cloud formation from organic compounds (Phys.org)
    26 Nov 2018
  22. Greenhouse gas levels have reached new record highs, experts warn that without rapid cuts climate change will have increasingly destructive and irreversible impacts. (NewScientist)
    26 Nov 2018
  23. Corals and the microbes they host evolved together adding fresh insight to the fight to save the Earth's embattled coral reefs. (ScienceDaily)
    26 Nov 2018
  24. Experts to discuss new federal climate change assessment report for the U.S. (NOAA)
    26 Nov 2018
  25. 50 percent of Earth's rain, snow and ice each year falls in the 12 wettest days (LiveScience)
    21 Nov 2018
  26. World Tsunami Awareness Day was November 5 #TsunamiDay (NOAA)
    5 Nov 2018
  27. A surfer who survived a great white shark attack plans to keep the tooth that lodged into his battered board (UnderwaterTimes)
    22 Oct 2018
  28. Mystery of Mercury Levels in Arctic Animals Gets Solved (LiveScience)
    22 Oct 2018
  29. Winter Outlook favors warmer temperatures for much of U.S. (NOAA)
    22 Oct 2018
  30. Man rescues dolphin trapped on boat ramp after Hurricane Michael (Underwatertimes)
    15 Oct 2018
  31. Forecasters estimate that El Niño conditions will develop in the next few months (NOAA.gov)
    15 Oct 2018
  32. Dry 2018 water year comes to an end in California (NOAA.gov)
    15 Oct 2018
  33. Wind holds key to climate change turnaround (PHYS.org)
    10 Oct 2018
  34. Increase in Plastics Reaching Remote South Atlantic Islands (ENN.com)
    10 Oct 2018
  35. Elkhorn Slough designated - Wetland of International Importance (NOAA)
    10 Oct 2018
  36. New research shines a light on the importance of submarine canyons (Phys.Org)
    3 Oct 2018
  37. We May Be Past The Peak, But Hurricane Season Is Far From Over (NOAA)
    3 Oct 2018
  38. NOAA updates Texas rainfall frequency values (NOAA)
    3 Oct 2018
  39. Clues At Fish Auction Reveal Several New Species Of Opah. (ENN.com)
    3 Oct 2018
  40. Cargo ships through the Arctic may cool the region with pollution. (NewScientist)
    3 Oct 2018
  41. More than 1,200 are estimated to be dead after a powerful earthquake and tsunami ravaged the Indonesian island of Sulawesi. (LiveScience)
    3 Oct 2018
  42. Peaceful basking sharks can leap just as powerfully as great whites (NewScientist)
    12 Sep 2018
  43. Hurricane Florence Approaches the East Coast (NOAA)
    12 Sep 2018
  44. Coral bleaching increases disease risk in threatened species (ScienceDaily)
    12 Sep 2018
  45. Increase in storms could have 'catastrophic impact' on fishing industry (ScienceDaily)
    26 Jun 2018
  46. NOAA research is gradually closing the sub-seasonal prediction gap (ENN)
    22 Feb 2018
  47. NOAA’s GOES-S to boost weather forecast accuracy for western U.S., Alaska, Hawaii (NOAA)
    22 Feb 2018
  48. Study finds microplastics in stomachs of 73 percent of mesopelagic fish caught in Northwest Atlantic (ScienceDaily)
    16 Feb 2018
  49. Rising temperatures turning major sea turtle population female (ScienceDaily)
    18 Jan 2018
  50. Even at 36,000 Feet Deep, Ocean Creatures Have Plastic in Their Guts (Live Science)
    20 Nov 2017
  51. Bad news: Carbon Emissions Have Suddenly Started Rising Again (NewScientist)
    20 Nov 2017
  52. Seagrass is a Key Fishing Ground Globally (ENN.com)
    20 Nov 2017
  53. Globe had 3rd warmest year to date and 4th warmest October on record. (NOAA)
    20 Nov 2017
  54. Sea Level Rise Could Flood 1.9 Million U.S. Homes by 2100 (NOAA)
    24 Oct 2017