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Olivia Culpo on Marriage & Kids: 'I Definitely Want That Someday'

Olivia Culpo takes the cover of Ocean Drive‘s latest issue, on newsstands January 24. Here’s what the 24-year-old model had to share with the mag: On marriage and kids: “Some of the people I admire the most are the women who can do it all, like Jessica Alba or Rachel Zoe. Just women who are [...]

Track: Ocean Drive | Artist: Miami Nights 1984 | Album: Turbulence

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How does a search engine know which pages have the data you’re looking for? How does a self-driving car not drive itself right into the ocean? Because it’s driven by machine learning technology — cutting edge tech you’ll understand with the Machine Learning and AI for Business Bundle. Show More Summary

Future harvest of living resources in the Arctic Ocean north of the Nordic and Barents Seas: a review of possibilities and constraints

Global warming drives changes in oceanographic conditions in the Arctic Ocean and the adjacent continental slopes. This may result in favourable conditions for increased biological production in waters at the northern continental shelves. However, production in the central Arctic Ocean will continue to be limited by the amount of light and by vertical stratification reducing […]

Seafloor topography drives Earth's great conveyor belt

In the Southern Ocean, the world’s largest current in terms of volume transport — the Antarctic Circumpolar Current (ACC) — encircles Antarctica and connects the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific ocean basins, as it flows from west to east. Show More Summary

Miami Beach Tries to Tame Ocean Drive’s Wild Scene Without Killing the Buzz

last monthNews : NYTimes: News

After years of complaints over massive crowds, loud music and crime, Miami Beach is seeking to change the “carnival-like” atmosphere in South Beach.

Tips for pregnancy sleep

This post is sponsored through my partnership with Sleep Number. I try to inject little moments of gratitude into our busy days: when we’re driving over the hill and get the morning’s first glimpse of the ocean, after I complete a super sweaty and fun workout, when Liv and P wrap their arms around me […]

Krýsuvíkurbjarg (Krýsuvík Cliffs) in Iceland

Harsh winds and cold ocean spray doesn't ruffle the feathers of thethousands of birds who come to summer on Krýsuvíkurbjarg. Reaching the cliffs requires a bumpy drive or a long walk across the lava fields, dotted with bubbling geothermal pools steaming from the volcano below. Show More Summary

Heidi Klum Celebrates Her 'Ocean Drive' Cover at Art Basel

Heidi Klum kicked of Art Basel with a celebration! The 43-year-old model and television personality stopped by Ocean Drive‘s annual Art of the Party event on Tuesday night (November 29) at Roche Bobois Warehouse in Wynwood, Fla. Heidi was there to debut her stunning cover of Ocean Drive‘s December issue. “Thank you Miami for celebrating [...]

Planetary science: Pluto's telltale heart

2 months agoAcademics : Nature

Studies of a large frost-filled basin on Pluto show that this feature altered the dwarf planet's spin axis, driving tectonic activity on its surface, and hint at the presence of a subsurface ocean. See Letters p.86, p.90, p.94 & p.9...

MH370 captain’s deleted flight sim files get another sharper look

Why were all the deleted flight sim files related to the south Indian Ocean found on the one "shadow volume" computer drive? The post MH370 captain’s deleted flight sim files get another sharper look appeared first on Plane Talking.

Heidi Klum Responds to Donald Trump's Sexist Comment: 'I Would Never Have Voted For Him'

You may remember last year, Donald Trump made an extremely insensitive and sexist comment about Heidi Klum, saying she’s no longer a “10.” Now, Heidi is clarifying her stance on Donald‘s politics. In her cover story with Ocean Drive, the 43-year-old model said, “I would never have voted for him, and it has nothing to [...]

Heidi Klum Declares Herself A Nudist & Defends Relationship With Younger BF Vito Schnabel In New Interview!

Leave it to Heidi Klum to remind you why she's making the big bucks with this Ocean Drive spread! The supermodel and Heidi Klum Intimates founder landed the cover of the December issue, putting all her skills to use! Related: Heidi Makes A Gilded Entrance At The AMAs! Beyond serving fierce face though, the ageless starlet also opens [...]

Heidi Klum Responds to Being Called a Cougar, Talks PDA with Boyfriend Vito Schnabel

Heidi Klum is opening up about her relationship with Vito Schnabel and being called a cougar as he is 13 years younger than her. The 43-year-old model is on the cover of Ocean Drive‘s December 2016 issue, in which she talks about getting caught flaunting PDA with Vito, going topless on the beach, and more. [...]

Riders on the waves: China's jellyfish-hauling mules a dying breed

With a crack of his whip, Qin Yusheng drives his mules through the ocean surf off the Chinese coast, labouring to bring in the day's catch. For decades, equine-powered carts have trundled through the shallow waters off the peninsula near Xianrendao to meet shallow-keeled trawlers piled high with jellyfish, which teem in the waters of the Yellow Sea. Show More Summary

Ocean acidification study offers warnings for marine life, habitats

Acidification of the world's oceans could drive a cascading loss of biodiversity in some marine habitats, according to research published today in Nature Climate Change.

Enhanced macroboring and depressed calcification drive net dissolution at high-CO2 coral reefs

Ocean acidification (OA) impacts the physiology of diverse marine taxa; among them corals that create complex reef framework structures. Biological processes operating on coral reef frameworks remain largely unknown from naturally high-carbon-dioxide (CO2) ecosystems. Show More Summary

Cloud feedbacks drive climate sensitivity

Fly over the tropical or subtropical oceans and you’ll see a white blanket of clouds covering the blue-green water. These low clouds, typically forming less than 2 to 3 kilometers above the ocean surface and covering up to 40 percent of Earth’s surface, play a critical role in the planet’s energy balance. Show More Summary

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