Rising anthropogenic CO2 emissions are anticipated to drive change to ocean ecosystems, but a conceptualization of biological change derived from quantitative analyses is lacking. Derived from multiple ecosystems and latitudes, our metaanalysis...Show More Summary
As I pulled into Mom’s driveway, after my five day cross-country drive from sunny San Diego, I realized that I was entering into my old neighborhood of wearied Wayne, PA. The memory of my ocean view apartment in Encinitas was as faint as the cold and crisp reality of yet another new passage in my... Continue reading
PERTH, Australia - A car chase in western Australian ended in the choppy waters of the Indian Ocean when a stolen car suspect drove the vehicle into the water to avoid the police. The soggy end was the culmination of a nearly two-hour chase. Show More Summary
From Hawaii to the Caribbean, federal marine scientists warn of a globe-spanning episode of coral bleaching driving by an El Nino and global warming.
A suspect on the run from Police near Perth, Western Australia, finally figured out how to get away from the cops by using nothing but his sheer, massive brainpower. He came up with an idea that clearly no one had ever thought of before. He’d just drive straight into the ocean. Read more...
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This is a video news report from Perth, Australia of a man driving a stolen SUV into the ocean after a two hour police chase through nearby roads and sand dunes. The chase ends immediately after, with two police officers wading out to the vehicle to arrest him. Show More Summary
A man allegedly driving a stolen car crashed into the ocean off the shores of western Australia while trying to escape the police.
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Earlier today in Australia, that land of epic coastlines, scary things, and questionable decisions, a man in a police chase drove his car into the goddamn ocean. There's no information yet on the driver's thought process, although it appears to have been a last-ditch effort to escape authorities. Show More Summary
An alleged car thief drove a car straight into the ocean, in a failed bid to evade cops chasing him for two hours along the sand dunes in Australia.
Australia has around 34,218 kilometres (21,262.08 miles) of coastline, so it was only a matter of time until someone took their police chase to the beach. One Australian man decided to give it a real go on Tuesday. 7News captured video...Show More Summary
Australian producer/dj Alison Wonderland drops her epic sounding and extended string edit take on “Ocean Drive” the very lush new single from Duke Dumont.
Sounds like: TCTS, SAINT WKND, Gryffin Song: Duke Dumont - Ocean Drive (Hayden James Remix) What's so good? It's about that time. One of the best releases of his career, "Ocean Drive" embodies everything Duke Dumont, from the sensual...Show More Summary
Property of Gotta Dance Dirty This year, the UK’s producer/live band front man, Duke Dumont, has been maintaining his steady ascent, as he aims to bring something different and refreshing both in the studio and on stage. A couple ofShow More Summary
Miami Heat shoot guard Dwayne Wade is a fashionable vision as he covers the men’s issue of Ocean Drive. Connecting with the magazine for a chic shoot, Wade is photographed by Jim Wright and styled by Calyann Barnett. Discussing his take...Show More Summary
The John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation has funded a study into how calcified structures of benthic organisms are being affected by ocean acidification as part of its drive to provide funding for scientific research undertaken by young research teams, whose members are all under the age of forty. The study was evaluated for funding […]
The Great Ocean Road is one of the only scenic drives in the world that can claim a mix of rugged scenery, some of Earth’s tallest trees, sea stacks of towering rock, and surfers. But marsupial wildlife as prebreakfast comic relief? Well played, Australia.
The world's oceans are in the midst of a crisis. Rising levels of atmospheric CO 2 are driving higher levels of acidity as it dissolves into the seas. The potential biological, ecological and societal impacts are staggering. StudiesShow More Summary