There are certain parts of the world that simply cry out: Road Trip! You know the requisite ingredients: rugged cliffs dropping into blue ocean waters, waves crashing against rocky outcroppings, and pockets of white foam shooting into the air. Roads wind, barely two lanes wide, cars hug mountain turns. Drivers and passengers crane their necks [...]
It is the clinching argument for reducing emissions of carbon dioxide, and it has nothing to do with climate change. The gas – the main cause of the heating of the planet – is acidifying the ocean faster than at any time in the last 55 million years, with potentially devastating effects on fisheries and [...]
Rising CO2 is expected to drive a myriad of environmental changes in the surface ocean. Deciphering the phytoplankton response to this complex change is difficult. Here we determine whether a trend in the biological fractionation of stable carbon isotopes (?p) has occurred over the past 50?years. ?p is primarily controlled by the acquistion and intracellular [...]
TOP UTILITIES FOR NEW ENERGY 2012 SEPA Top 10 Utility Solar Rankings Preview; Large-scale Solar Projects Drive New Market Growth April 16, 2013 (Solar Electric Power Association) "The Solar Electric Power Association’s (SEPA) sixth annual Utility Solar Rankings report analyzes the amount of new solar power interconnected by U.S. Show More Summary
Ocean circulation is one of the big mysteries in our quest to predict future climate changes. We know that oceans drive carbon cycles and weather, but how quickly? And in what ways? A massive new study has provided new answers. Read more...
Rising atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) conditions are driving unprecedented changes in seawater chemistry, resulting in reduced pH and carbonate ion concentrations in the Earth’s oceans. This ocean acidification has negative but variable impacts on individual performance in many marine species. Show More Summary
Jordana Brewster is sultry chic on the cover of Ocean Drive‘s April 2013 issue. Here’s what the 32-year-old actress had to share with the mag: On filming dangerous scenes for the Fast & Furious franchise: “I had a stunt double who was really good, but I did do some of my own. [Director] Justin [Lin] [...]
She's gearing up for the release of the sixth installment of the "Fast & Furious'" during promotions Jordana Brewster covered Ocean Drive's April 2013 issue. After striking a few poses for Brian Bowen Smith, the 32-year-old actress opened...Show More Summary
For some of us, pizza makes the world go round. We're willing to drive miles and cross oceans in search of the perfect pie. We travel into the farthest recesses of our imagination, probing for understanding. What does it looks like? Does it even exist? How do we get our hands (and mouths) on it?
Increases in atmospheric carbon dioxide drive accompanying changes in the marine carbonate system as carbon dioxide (CO2) enters seawater and alters its pH (termed “ocean acidification”). However, such changes do not occur in isolation, and other environmental factors have the potential to modulate the consequences of altered ocean chemistry. Show More Summary
With all of the kudos showered on Indian Wells over the last two weeks, it wouldn't be a surprise to find Miami drowning its sorrows in frozen maragaritas at some bar along Ocean Drive. And, to add salt to the glass rim, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal opted out of competing. Here's the silver lining - Miami gets the Williams sisters. Show More Summary
Collins Avenue, Ocean Drive and Worth Avenue – these legendary addresses are synonymous with glamor and opulence, not to mention a must-visit stomping ground for jetsetters. But there’s no need to fire up the private plane just yet.Show More Summary
The 2013 South Beach Wine & Food Festival finished in style last weekend with a litany of private dinners, beach events, and a Grand Tasting Tent off of Ocean Drive's famed strip. On Saturday, we began our travels at an unofficial but welcome stop: Chef Art Smith's "Big Gay Ice Cream Social" at the James Royal Palm. Show More Summary
Nice Media has named Jared Shapiro editor-in-chief of Ocean Drive. Shapiro most recently served as editorial director, news and entertainment, for In Touch and Life & Style. He had been with Bauer Publishing, parent of the latter two...Show More Summary
The first of two new tracks to come.
The strong winds of a tropical cyclone whip up the sea surface, driving ocean waves a dozen meters (about 40 feet) high. When one such ocean wave runs into another wave that has an equal period but is traveling in the opposite direction, the interaction produces low-frequency sound waves that can be detected thousands of kilometers away. read more
That seems the obvious response to the comment by Federal Reserve Governor Jerome Powell on the prospect of the United States government facing a debt crisis: “We don’t know where the tipping point is, but wherever it is, we’re getting...Show More Summary
Soon to the report – but first a little story. Once upon a time some teenagers were racing hot rods down Ocean Drive in Myrtle Beach, S.C. Tourists were hit by one of these kids, and so the townsfolk came together and decided that something must be done to make things safer. The decided on a [...]
This weekend the white tents will once again line Ocean Drive as the Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival presented by FOOD & WINE descends on Miami. The festival will take place February 21 ? 24, 2013 and it features dozenShow More Summary