"El Fureidis," the Santa Barabara, California mansion that played the role of Tony Montana's massive estate in Scarface. A key location in Miami movie history was just sold recently, though it wasn't on Ocean Drive, Calle Ocho, or any...
Within U.S. political campaigns, environmental protection is the ugly stepchild. It does not drive voter turnout, as much as hot button, easily gamed issues like illegal immigration and taxes do. However, within environmentalist circles, marine protection is that stepchild. Show More Summary
We've known that climate change threatens agricultural productivity, infrastructure near oceans, human health, biodiversity (and huge numbers of species), sea turtle intercourse, national security, allergy sufferers, economic output, beer, chocolate and coffee, wine, whiskey, cherry blossoms, maple syrup and, oh by the way, human civilization... Show More Summary
Ocean acidification is an escalating environmental issue and associated changes in the ocean carbonate system have implications for many calcifying organisms. The present study followed the growth of Sepia officinalis from early-stage embryos, through hatching, to 7-week-old juveniles. Show More Summary
Ocean acidification is receiving increasing attention because of its potential to affect marine ecosystems. Rare CO2 vents offer a unique opportunity to investigate the response of benthic ecosystems to acidification. However, the benthic habitats investigated so far are mainly found at very shallow water (less than or equal to 5 m depth) and therefore are […]
Jennifer Lopez looks flawless on the cover of Ocean Drive‘s latest issue. Here’s what the 46-year-old superstar had to share with the mag: On her new residency in Las Vegas: “I want it to be a high-energy, Bronx kind of block party. The most exciting shows make you dance, and scream, and jump up and [...]
Many studies have reported reductions in body size and calcification rates for marine larvae exposed to ocean acidification conditions. However, the physiological mechanisms driving these effects, and mechanisms underlying body size variation in general, are poorly understood. Show More Summary
An unprecedented analysis of North Pacific ocean circulation over the past 1.2 million years has found that sea ice formation in coastal regions is a key driver of deep ocean circulation, influencing climate on regional and global scales. Show More Summary
Global alteration of ocean ecosystem functioning due to increasing human CO2 emissions Authors:Nagelkerken et alAbstract:Rising anthropogenic CO2 emissions are anticipated to drive change to ocean ecosystems, but a conceptualization of biological change derived from quantitative analyses is lacking. Show More Summary
Globalization is the driving force of container shipping, as ever more goods are transported across the world’s oceans in steel boxes on ever-larger container ships.
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...
Did he think he was going to be able to dirve to New Zealand and get away?? NBCnews
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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