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Oceanic Carbon Uptake Varies

The Earth's oceans are thought to have taken up about one quarter of the carbon dioxide (CO2) that humans pumped into the atmosphere in the past 2 decades. While this drives acidification and has consequences for sea life, it also moderates...Show More Summary

Krysten Ritter Fronts December 2014 Issue of Ocean Drive Magazine

She’s like the Swiss Army Knife of starlets and Krysten Ritter puts her modeling background to work for her as the cover girl for Ocean Drive magazine’s December 2014 edition. The “Veronica Mars” actress is stunning in her photo spread,...Show More Summary

Marcos Ortega Faces New Charges After Driving With Man Stuck In Windshield

OCEAN TOWNSHIP, NJ – Prosecutors say the alleged drunk driver who hit a man and drove over a mile with him sticking through his windshield will likely face upgraded charges after the victim died. According to reports, 33-year-old Marcos Ortega was driving drunk on Nov. Show More Summary

Think Like a Luxe-Life Scout for South Florida’s Ocean Drive

If Ocean Drive editor-in-chief Jared Shapiro isn’t sure of the age demographic of his magazine’s luxury-loving set, it’s because, as he puts it, “in Miami, you can be 23 or you can be 80 and [still] go to the clubs.” What he does know...Show More Summary

Elle Macpherson, 50, Looks Flawless at Ocean Drive Magazine Party

Elle Macpherson was known as “The Body” back in her modeling heyday, and she’s still got it!…Continue

Ocean carbon uptake more variable than thought

The Earth's oceans are thought to have taken up about one quarter of the carbon dioxide (CO2) that humans pumped into the atmosphere in the past 2 decades. While this drives acidification and has consequences for sea life, it also moderates...Show More Summary

Out Of Pocket: Slizzard New Jersey Driver Hits Man, Drives Over A Mile With Him Stuck To The Windshield

Sheesh…cold blooded! Drunk Driver Drives With Man On Windshield Out…of…pocket! 6 ABC reports: Ocean County authorities say a man was driving drunk along Route 9 in Ocean Township Monday evening when he allegedly hit a pedestrian. The impact caused

Frank Ocean Isn't Legally Allowed To Go By His Stage Name… And The Reason Why Might Drive You Crazy!

We all know Frank Ocean by his nautical stage moniker… Well, the 27-year-old tried to get his name legally changed to his famous nom de plume, but the courts just wouldn't allow it. That's because Christopher Breaux, (Frank's birth name) has a pretty bad history of breaking the law on the road. So bad in fact, that a [...]

Elle Macpherson Says She Felt ‘Reborn At 50’ Due To Living Healthy In Her Forties

Elle Macpherson certainly looks amazing for 50, and that is mainly down to the fact she looked after herself properly when she was in her forties, as she revealed in an interview last week with Ocean Drive. In the interview, Elle revealed...Show More Summary

Elle MacPherson Lights Up November 2014 Issue of Ocean Drive Magazine

While most ladies dread turning 50, Elle MacPherson told Ocean Drive magazine that she really didn’t have a problem with it. The gorgeous Aussie poser declared, “Beauty at every age is such a boring cliché, but beauty is not just reserved for youth. Show More Summary

Sea turtles' first days of life: Sprint and ride towards safety

With new nano-sized acoustic transmitters, scientists followed the pathways of loggerhead turtle hatchlings. According to the study, local oceanic conditions are believed to drive the evolution of some unique swimming behaviors.

The Mysterious Doomed Journey to the End of the World

Humans have always had a strong drive towards exploration. Whether it be land, the ocean, or space, we have an innate sense of wonder about our world and an instinctual desire to prod at its boundaries, an irresistible need to know what lies over the next hill,...

Are swimming zooplankton driving ocean currents? Sort of.

Biomixing, where the ocean is mixed by swimming animals, has long been a hot topic in oceanography. Some people think all that biological flapping and stroking could be a major source of oceanic turbulence. Others, not so much. But a new laboratory study by M. Wilhelmus and J. Dabiri from Caltech is certainly going to ignite scientists love […]

Scientists use sea monkeys and lasers to show that tiny organisms help drive ocean currents

2 months agoHealth : The Checkup

Even though they're only a few millimeters long, brine shrimp -- otherwise known as sea monkeys -- could have as much influence on global ocean currents as the wind and the moon. Scientists are always trying to better understand how ocean currents flow. Show More Summary

Pitbull Fronts Ocean Drive's Annual Men's Issue

Taking a break from the studio, Pitbull took a minute to front his hometown magazine Ocean Drive for its annual Men’s issue. The Miami-native posed for the sexy spread and opened up to the magazine about growing up in the rough South...Show More Summary

How plankton gets jet lagged: Hormone that govern sleep and jet lag in humans also drives mass migration of plankton

A hormone that governs sleep and jet lag in humans may also drive the mass migration of plankton in the ocean, scientists have found. The molecule in question, melatonin, is essential to maintain our daily rhythm, and scientists have now discovered that it governs the nightly migration of a plankton species from the surface to deeper waters. Show More Summary

5 Creative Ways to Inspire Children to Become Eco-Friendly

Children are savvy. They know that riding their bike is better for the environment than driving a car. They can easily identify a recycle bin. And they know litter often winds up in the ocean. How do we turn this knowledge into meaningful...Show More Summary

The coast of California: a magnificent seven

The Pacific Highway between San Francisco and Los Angeles is one of the most scenic drives on the planet, a natural challenger to such famous jaw-droppers as Australia?s Great Ocean Drive between Adelaide and Melbourne, the Icefields Parkway in the Canadian Rockies and the Amalfi Coast of Italy. Show More Summary

5 Reasons to Explore Hana, Maui

After driving 36 miles along a sinuous highway dotted with waterfalls and breathtaking lookouts onto the Pacific Ocean, you've finally made it: Hana, that tiny outpost on the far-eastern edge of Maui. The Road to Hana, one of the most...Show More Summary

7 Essential Travel Experiences in Florida’s Upper Keys

3 months agoLifestyle / Travel : Vagabondish

Join Vagabondish on Twitter and Facebook. If you’ve ever made the epic drive to Key West, you fondly recall the breathtaking scenic drive through the length of the entire Florida Keys. It’s among the most stunning ocean road trips in the United States. Show More Summary

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