OSLO (Reuters) – Coral reefs could start to dissolve before 2100 as man-made climate change drives acidification of the oceans, scientists said on Thursday. Acidification will threaten sediments that are building blocks for reefs. Corals already face risks from ocean temperatures, pollution and overfishing. Show More Summary
OSLO (Reuters) - Coral reefs could start to dissolve before 2100 as man-made climate change drives acidification of the oceans, scientists said on Thursday.
As unlikely as it may seem, your drive to the supermarket is responsible for a lot of noise pollution in our oceans – and a lot of stress to marine life as a result.
This week, we finally got our first hands-on look at the long-promised "Ocean Depths" colour scheme of the Essential phone. Despite looking very much green in promotional photos, however, the device now appears quite blue. So which is it? And why has this question driven me to the brink of madness? More »
A previously unknown connection between geological atmospheric carbon dioxide cycles and the fluctuating capacity of the ocean crust to store carbon dioxide has been uncovered by two geoscientists from the University of Sydney.
Passion and anguish, true love lost and mourned over oceans of time, unrequited love felt so strongly that it drives one to darkness and despair…ah, the horror of love. These sentiments may not appear in the glittery pink and red Hallmark...Show More Summary
Highlights • Fleshy algae drive the response of assemblages. • The response of coralline algae to global change depend on the season. • Rock pool assemblages are robust to ocean acidification and warming. Abstract This study examined experimentally the combined effect of ocean acidification and warming on the productivity of rock pool multi-specific assemblages, composed […]
Lili Reinhart's star is on the rise. So we aren't surprised at all to see her on the cover of the February issue of Ocean Drive. Thanks to natural beauty and the photography prowess of James White, the Riverdale starlet looks BEYOND stunning. However, it's what's inside the magazine that has REALLY captured our attention. Related: The [...]
There is increasing concern about the effects of ocean acidification on marine biogeochemical and ecological processes and the organisms that drive them, including marine bacteria. Here, we examine the effects of elevated CO2 on theShow More Summary
It's not just a myth, but a real street. "Drive east to west, from where the street begins downtown to where it ends 22 twisting miles later at the Pacific Ocean, and at any point along the route, you will see the images that movies, TV shows and magazines have implanted in your brain."
Global warming and ocean acidification are forecast to exert significant impacts on marine ecosystems worldwide. However, most of these projections are based on ecological proxies or experiments on single species or simplified food webs. How energy fluxes are likely to change in marine food webs in response to future climates remains unclear, hampering forecasts of […]
Each morning, chef-turned-salt-maker Nancy Bruns leaves her home in downtown Charleston, West Virginia, and drives southeast past the domed capitol building alongside the Kanawha River. Past the city, houses thin out and rocky hills rise up on either side of the river. Show More Summary
São Miguel, Azores, 10 – 12 April 2018 Registration and abstract submission now open. Deadline for abstract submission: 16 February 2018. Exponentially rising CO2 (currently ~400 ?atm) is driving climate change, and causing acidification of both marine and freshwater environments. Show More Summary
Post Ranch Inn is set in the heart of Big Sur, 1,200 feet above the Pacific Ocean and a 26-mile drive south of Carmel, with jaw-dropping views, writes Louise Saunders.
Miami Beach is in for a New Year's treat. Panther Coffee has opened a fourth location inside the Betsy Hotel on Ocean Drive in South Beach.
UN DESA launches revamped Voluntary Commitments platform to drive Ocean Action for SDG 14 At The Ocean Conference, held in June 2017 at UN headquarters in New York to further implementation of Sustainable Development Goal 14 aimed at conserving and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources, close to 1,400 voluntary commitments for concrete […]
Giving guests the feeling of Mile Marker 0 — without the commute Channeling the easy-going lifestyle of the islands, newcomer Key West by Nikki Beach has debuted it flagship location at One Ocean Drive. The sister-restaurant to the popular...Show More Summary
The Palace Bar, the longstanding mecca of food, drink, and entertainment on Miami Beach, has reopened in its new home right on Ocean Drive.
Scientists have uncovered the ocean conditions that support a massive summertime bloom of algae that spans 16 percent of the global ocean. Known as the Great Calcite Belt, this dense group of a microscopic phytoplankton, coccolithophores, can be seen in satellite images as turquoise swirls in the dark blue water of the Southern Ocean.
(Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences) Scientists have uncovered the ocean conditions that support a massive summertime bloom of algae that spans 16 percent of the global ocean. Known as the Great Calcite Belt, this dense group of a microscopic phytoplankton, coccolithophores, can be seen in satellite images as turquoise swirls in the dark blue water of the Southern Ocean.