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UK, India researchers to use underwater robots to understand monsoon

UK, India researchers to use underwater robots to understand m...

Scientists from the University of East Anglia will release underwater robots to monitor how ocean conditions influence monsoon rainfall New Delhi: In an effort to better understand the processes behind the monsoon, India will carry out a joint ..., 2 weeks ago

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Ocean Plastic Pollution Is Like Junk Food For Fish

If a fish eats plastic, it can end up wanting more. In a study of baby perch from the Baltic Sea, Swedish researchers found that tiny particles of microplastic are like junk food for fish. Like junk food for humans, it's a preference that might end ...
 Fast Company2 weeks ago Fish eat plastic like teens eat fast food, researchers say  Qatar Tribune2 weeks ago Microplastics in the Ocean are Killing Baby Fish, Study Finds  Before It's News2 weeks ago Fish in farms suffer from severe depression, new research finds  Animals Australia2 weeks ago

World Ocean Day: experts calls for protection of the marine sector

Dr Gbola Akande, Executive Director, Nigerian Institute for Oceanography and Marine Research (NIOMR), on Wednesday called for the protection of the aquatic habitat from complete extinction. Akande, who made the call at the celebration of the ...
 Reporters3652 weeks ago Could aliens be hiding under layers of ice-Exoplanets may have signs of life trapped beneath their frozen oceans  NewsGrio2 weeks ago NCGA NATIONAL CORN GROWERS ASSOCIATION : Farmers Closely Linked to Oceans Through Global Water System  4 Traders2 weeks ago Protecting the world's oceans: three key tasks  PressReleasePoint2 weeks ago
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Science has found out why some corals are better at avoiding bleaching

Researchers have identified the genes that make some algae in corals more resilient to higher ocean temperatures and subsequent bleaching. Tropical corals can't survive without the photosynthetic organisms Symbiodinium algae living inside them ...
 Business Insider Australia2 weeks ago Genetic secrets of algae provide vital insight into coral bleaching  PhysOrg.com2 weeks ago
Archaeology Magazine

SS Coast Trader Identified in Canadian Waters

VANCOUVER, CANADA—A team of researchers from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the Vancouver Maritime Museum, and Ocean Exploration Trust has confirmed that a well-preserved shipwreck in the Strait of Juan de Fuca is the SS ...
 Archaeology Magazine2 weeks ago National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration collaborates with Inmarsat to support Operation Deep Freeze 2016  SpaceRef2 weeks ago Western Pacific : Researchers from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Discuss Findings in Meteorology (Modeling of Cs-137 as a Tracer in a Regional Model...  4 Traders2 weeks ago Unmanned vessels deployed for Alaska ocean research  Canadian Business Magazine3 weeks ago

Researchers on Salisbury Island

The ancient cave systems above and beneath the ocean around Salisbury Island have been the focus of researchers, Aboriginal elders and filmmakers for both the archaeological and
 ABC Online2 weeks ago Salisbury Island  ABC Online2 weeks ago

Researchers find a planet that may sustain life, 1,200 light-years away from Earth

The new planet is in constellation Lyra and is likely to be rocky and possibly could have oceans, scientists said.
 DNA1 month ago 1,200 light-yrs planet may be habitable: researchers  State Times1 month ago 1,200 light-years away planet may be habitable: researchers  Rediff.com1 month ago 1,200 light-years away, this planet may have active life  Rediff.com1 month ago
Siasat Daily

Aquatic life picked up after global mass extinction, says research

A shark swims inside the new Shark Mystique exhibit at Ocean Park in Hong Kong June 26,2014. HKTB2016 REUTERS/Tyrone Siu Washington: Turns out, reptiles were pretty quick to recover and invade the seas after a global extinction wiped out most ...
 Siasat Daily2 weeks ago Marine life quickly recovered after global mass extinction  PhysOrg.com2 weeks ago
Canada NewsWire

Reel conservation: Ducks Unlimited Canada's work on fisheries continues as Rivers to Oceans week draws to a close

/CNW/ - From coast to coast, Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) is engaged in research and on-the-ground work that is helping conserve wetlands for waterfowl, for wildlife, and for you. Did you know this work also includes fisheries? Through ...
 Yahoo! Finance2 weeks ago
University of Southern Mississippi

Ocean researcher and great white shark

Ocean researchers working off Salisbury Island 140 kilometres east of Esperance, where there is both a vibrant ocean ecology and an under water cave system, potentially housing ancient artefacts from thousands of years ago when sea levels
 ABC Online2 weeks ago Southern Miss Announces New School of Ocean Science and Technology  University of Southern Mississippi2 weeks ago Ocean Biogeochemistry  Bionity.com2 weeks ago Data on Ocean Engineering Reported by Researchers at Shanghai Jiao-Tong University (A comparison of coupled and de-coupled simulation procedures for...  Equities.com2 weeks ago
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