The town of Lumberton, N.C., was hard hit by floodwaters caused by rain from Hurricane Matthew. Lumberton is home to about 22,000 people and it's located about 80 miles from the ocean.
Lavon Walker, 30, passed away at a hospital after being shot dead on Sunday on a street corner in Miami Beach, as reported by CBS News. The incident was located right near the popular street in Miami, Ocean Drive, right before 7 a.m. Three suspects were seen in a surveillance video speeding away from the scene […]
This past Sunday, a tourist from New York was gunned down on Ocean Drive around 7 a.m., just as South Beach was waking up. Shot two times outside iconic sidewalk restaurant News Cafe, the young man was taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital, where he later died. Yesterday morning, Miami Beach Police identified the victim as [...]Show More Summary
A Brooklyn man who worked as an advocate against gun violence was fatally shot while in Miami last weekend. Lavon Walker of Crown Heights was gunned down outside of a diner on Miami Beach's Ocean Drive at roughly 7 a.m. Sunday. [ more › ]
Walker, 30, of Crown Heights, was killed outside a cafe on Ocean Drive in South Beach.
Thermal tolerance windows serve as a powerful tool for estimating the vulnerability of marine species and their life-stages to increasing temperature means and extremes. However, it remains uncertain to which extent additional drivers, such as ocean acidification, modify organismal responses to temperature. Show More Summary
A new mathematical model integrates environmental and molecular sequence information to better explain how microbial networks drive nutrient and energy cycling in marine ecosystems.
A new mathematical model developed at the University of British Columbia integrates environmental and molecular sequence information to better explain how microbial networks drive nutrient and energy cycling in marine ecosystems. The...Show More Summary
Ocean microbes drive biogeochemical cycling on a global scale. However, this cycling is constrained by viruses that affect community composition, metabolic activity, and evolutionary trajectories. Owing to challenges with the sampling...Show More Summary
Ours is a blue planet. Water covers over 70% of the Earth's surface, and the ocean economy drives global trade, annually contributing around 3% or US$ 1.5 trillion to global value added. What's more, experts expect ocean-based industries...Show More Summary
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we’ll provide the jams. Read more...
npr: hebeakerblog: In the battle against climate change, one tactic is to improve how oceans and forests store harmful greenhouse gases. That’s because emissions like carbon dioxide can get into the atmosphere and drive up global temperatures. Scientists...Show More Summary
200 Toyopa Drive Pacific Palisades, Calif. With sweeping views of the ocean and a fully equipped backyard, the home impresses outside and in… Rebekah Bell
Humanity's relationship with the ocean can be summed up in two words: exploration and exploitation. Together, they are driving a sea change in the health and future prospects of the ocean. Sustaining the energy, food, minerals and jobs...Show More Summary
And climate change isn't responsible
The CO2-riddled oceans of the future may become fish asylums.
The United States and 11 other countries on Wednesday announced the start of a drive at the World Trade Organization to eliminate harmful fishing subsidies that contribute to ocean depopulation.
Report comparing past mass extinction events warns that hunting and killing of ocean’s largest species will disrupt ecosystems for millions of years Humanity is driving an unprecedented extinction of sealife unlike any in the fossilShow More Summary
Coral reefs are among the most biologically diverse and economically important ecosystems on the planet. However, anthropogenic CO2 emissions are driving unprecedented changes in the tropical oceans, where the vast majority of shallow water reefs exist. Show More Summary
Since July, City of Miami Beach officials and Ocean Drive property owners have been working on a plan to tidy up the iconic Art Deco thoroughfare into something better than than a neon-vomit-and-drug-baggie receptacle. Yet in order for there be any hope for the laundry list, which includes a self-taxing...