Anthropogenic elevation of atmospheric CO2 is driving global-scale ocean acidification, which consequently influences calcification rates of many marine invertebrates and potentially alters their susceptibility to predation. Ocean acidification may also impair an organism’s ability to process environmental and biological cues. Show More Summary
Date, time & location: 15 July 2015, 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm, Moore Auditorium, Schoodic Institute, Acadia National Park, Acadia Drive, Winter Harbor, ME 04693, USA Join Schoodic Institute for a public presentation by Dr. John A. Cigliano. Ocean acidification from CO2 emissions has already had a significant effect on growth, reproduction, and survival of […]
Kempt Staff More photos of Martha ruling the beach from her Ocean Drive cover shoot, after the jump...
Taking a break from her Victoria’s Secret duties, Martha Hunt is featured on the front of Ocean Drive magazine’s July/August 2015 issue. The gorgeous lingerie model gushes over her bestie Taylor Swift- “I can’t say enough good things about her, I admire her so much as a person and as a role model for young women. Show More Summary
Vast quantities of ocean water circulate through the seafloor, flowing through the volcanic rock of the upper oceanic crust. A new study explains what drives this global process and how the flow is sustained. About 25 percent of the heat that flows out of Earth's interior is transferred to the oceans through this process.
After surviving the lengthy swim in the alcohol ocean that was Gumball Air and the treacherous desert drive down the mountains into San Francisco, I was excited to enjoy the cool and wet air of the Frisco Bay to start my morning. Today...Show More Summary
Scientists at Los Alamos National Laboratory have developed a computer model that clarifies the complex processes driving ocean mixing in the vast eddies that swirl across hundreds of miles of open ocean. read more
A computer model that clarifies the complex processes driving ocean mixing in the vast eddies that swirl across hundreds of miles of open ocean has been developed by researchers.
Ocean temperatures 4-7 degrees warmer than normal are likely driving the crabs northward away from their typical habitat.
Since we had some rusty Junkyard Finds recently and I just spent a couple of days driving around San Francisco looking at ocean-salt horror-story cars, let’s continue with the Toyota Rust theme and check out this frighteningly oxidized San Francisco Cressida. Show More Summary
Once one of Newport’s grandest estates, The Bells moulders in disrepair at Brenton Point State Park on The Ocean Drive in Newport, Rhode Island. Originally known as "The Reefs," the grand estate, the remains of which can still be found in Brenton Point State Park, was built in 1876. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Rising sea temperatures attributed to global climate change could drive many marine creatures away from the equator, but their move toward the poles promises to put them in peril in habitats that are smaller and less hospitable, scientists say.
The literature on ocean acidification (OA) contains a prevalent misconception that reduced organismal calcification rates in an acidifying ocean are driven by a reduction in carbonate ion (CO2?3) substrate availability (e.g. Omega or ?). Show More Summary
Rolls-Royce manufactures enormous engines which generate huge amounts of power, as they propel airplanes and ships across skies and oceans. It is an extremely high-tech industry where failures and mistakes can cost billions – and human lives. It’s no surprise then that the company – which split from its automobile [...]
One of the movies I most love to hate is "The Core". There are plenty of ridiculous parts, there are several earnest geologist characters, there are the many gory deaths while the heroes save planet Earth from being severely microwaved...Show More Summary
The restaurant, in an Art Deco building just a few steps away from Ocean Drive, stands out for its unpretentious vibe.
Emmanuelle Chriqui graces the cover of Ocean Drive‘s May/June 2015 issue, out on newsstands now! Here’s what the 37-year-old actress had to share with the mag: On what to expect of Entourage, the movie: “[It] is like the biggest, most awesome version of the television show… It’s shot so beautifully. Doug Ellin really did an [...]
Ocean Drive Magazine selects it’s 2015 Women of Influence. On the list is former Miami Dolphins Cheerleader Pamela Silva Conde: The coanchor for Univision’s highly rated Primer Impacto news program, Pamela Silva Conde has won six Emmy Awards, was one of People en Español’s “50 Most Beautiful People,” and has cohosted The View. She’s [...]
If you’re planning a trip to Miami, you’re probably already planning to visit the Art Deco District along Ocean Drive to check out the numerous elaborate and colorful 1920s buildings, andLincoln Road Mall (known as the Fifth Avenue of the South) might be on your list for some high-end shopping. Show More Summary
Get ready, “Entourage” fans! The HBO series will be making its silver screen debut on June 3rd! And until then, Emmanuelle Chriqui is dishing on the show’s five main men, who she says have become family. “To this day, the guys really are like brothers,” the brunette beauty, who plays Sloan McQuewick, says in her cover story for Ocean Drive magazine. Show More Summary