The seas around the UK will not be free of radioactive discharges for several years
Fertilising the ocean
Iron leads to the growth of algae, which absorb carbon dioxide
Warning in the stalagmites
Ocean sequestring gets more difficult to understand
Court asks US Navy to ban use of sonar harming whales, marine life
Noise pollution in the oceans is disrupting whales’ abilities to hear and migrate
`A major ecosystem change is on its way'
Adriana Dutkiewicz, senior lecturer at the University of Sydney, was the lead researcher of the team that mapped the ocean floor. She spoke to …
South Africa’s massive ‘sardine run’ leads fish into an ecological trap
One popular explanation for why the sardine run occurs is that the migration might be a relic of spawning behaviour dating back to the last …
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Just how difficult is monsoon prediction for agriculture?
According to the writer, the monumental challenge of forecasting the monsoon beyond a few days is difficult
Interaction between the sun and the surface waters of the world's oceans are hiking temperatures
Seeding the seas?
Sprinkling powdered iron into the ocean may help reduce atmospheric carbon dioxide
Safe under water
Tiny marine life could be safe from harmful effects of ozone depletion
Carbon dioxide emissions on a 35 per cent high
What upsets the nitrogen balance?
What can a bucket of water tell us about Arctic marine life? A lot, says a new study
Scientists have proposed a new technique to monitor the impact of climate change and human activity on marine life
Oceans may run out of fish population in 50 years
Fish might die in the next fifty years, or will they?
Sea level may rise 1.1 metre by 2100: IPCC
This is likely to have a direct impact on the lives of 680 million people living in low-lying coastal zones, according to the report
Central America reeling under severe drought
The drought has killed 30,000 cattle in Colombia, destroyed 70 per cent corn crop in Honduras
Why Aotearoa New Zealand’s early Polynesian settlement should be recognised with World Heritage Site status
Such a project would promote traditional knowledge and intercultural dialogue, pride and understanding at local, national and global levels
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Super Bug found in the Arctic traced back to Delhi
A scientist has found a “Superbug” gene in the Arctic region, Soil samples from Norwegian archipelago, a place which lies between …
WMO report highlights impact of record-breaking extreme weather on human safety, well-being and environment