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The amazing ocean trapped underground

The discovery, by researchers from Northwestern University and the University of New Mexico and published inScience last week, reveals the massive reservoir of water could contain enough water to fill our oceans three times over. But the water ... NEWS.com.au, 10 hours ago
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As CO2 acidifies oceans, scientists develop new way to measure its effect on marine ecosystems

Hebrew University researchers surveyed a 5,000 km long strip of the sea and measured the calcification rates of coral reefs and open sea plankton over the whole Red Sea area. Following a 5,000 km long ocean survey, research published in the ...
 Environmental Research Web22 hours ago Alaska's Ocean Observing System to hold ocean acidification workshop in December (Fish Radio)  Seafood.com2 days ago Bering Sea is home to world's most acidic ocean waters says Columbia University study  Seafood.com3 days ago Science Graphic of the Week: Rising Sea Levels Show Strange Patterns  Wired News4 hours ago
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Clamouring for new mollusk: researchers say new species one-of-a-kind find

VICTORIA - Ten years after an unusually scalloped clam was dragged up from the ocean floor off northern Vancouver Island, the tiny mollusk is making waves in the
 Yahoo! Canada17 hours ago New clam species found off of B.C.'s coast  CTV News16 hours ago New clam species discovered off B.C. coast  Metro Canada17 hours ago B.C. has a new species of clam thanks to Royal BC Museum expert  Indo-Canadian Voice1 hour ago
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ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENT : Researchers from Institute of Ocean Sciences Describe Findings in Molecular Ecology (Ocean circulation model predicts high genetic structure observed...

Researchers from Institute of Ocean Sciences Describe Findings in Molecular Ecology (Ocean circulation model predicts high genetic structure observed in a long-lived pelagic developer) By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Ecology, Environment ...
 4 Traders21 hours ago Schmidt Ocean Institute Conducts Expedition In Mariana Trench  Pacific Islands Report2 days ago BOEM Launches Arctic Ecosystem Research Project  World Maritime News3 days ago The future of the ocean to be decided through ocean research  UNESCO1 week ago
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Last drill for Jiaolong held before research voyage in Indian Ocean

China's manned submersible Jiaolong is withdrew by its carrier during a drill in Jiangyin City, east China's Jiangsu Province, Nov. 24, 2014. It is the last drill for Jiaolong before it starts a scientific research voyage in the southwest Indian ...
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Marine Technology News

Teledyne Delivers Glider to Blue Ocean Monitoring

Teledyne Webb Research announces the recent sale and delivery of a Slocum G2 Glider to Blue Ocean Monitoring Pty. Ltd. for use in commercial oil and gas related applications. The Slocum glider delivered to Blue Ocean Monitoring is equipped with an ...
 Marine Technology News1 day ago Teledyne Webb Research delivers Slocum G2 gliders to Blue Ocean  Offshore oil and gas1 day ago
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Queen's researchers prove that ash clouds can cross Atlantic Ocean

Scientists at Queen's University Belfast have led the discovery of a volcanic ash cloud that travelled from Alaska to Northern Ireland and beyond - overturning previously held assumptions about how far ash deposits can drift, with major implications ...
 Noodls2 days ago Volcanic ash clouds can cross Atlantic Ocean  Science Daily5 days ago Queen's University Belfast researchers prove for the first time that ash clouds can cross Atlantic Ocean  Air Transport News1 week ago Ash clouds can travel across Atlantic Ocean: Scientists  Times of India1 week ago
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Xinhua News Agency

Rescued seal pups released back to Pacific Ocean waters in Canada

Vancouver Aquarium mammal rescue center researchers prepare to release rescued and rehabilitated seal pups, equipped with satellite-linked transmitters, into the Pacific Ocean waters on, in Porteau Cove, Canada, Nov.20, 2014. The transmitters will ...
 Xinhua News Agency6 days ago Seals released into wild by Canadian researchers with transmitters on their heads  Capital Bay5 days ago
Med India

Research Suggests Earth's Ancient Oceans Had Lower Sulfate Concentration Than Previously Thought

The Earth's ancient oceans had much lower content of sulfate than previously thought, a new study has said. The findings paint a new portrait of our planet's early biosphere and primitive marine life. Organisms require sulfur as a nutrient, and it plays a ...
 Med India2 weeks ago Ancient oceans were starved of key nutrient  Jagran Post1 week ago
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Oceans may have arisen on Earth billions of years earlier than believed

A new study researched on evidence of water on Earth and in the inner solar system saying that the oceans arrived early to Earth than expected. The study conducted at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) suggested that that it wasn't necessary ...
 Zee News3 weeks ago Cosmic rays threaten manned missions to Mars  Jagran Post1 month ago
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