Excellent piece from Adam Morton with accompanying photos capturing the impacts of climate change on Taro Island in Solomon Islands, likely to be the world's first provincial capital abandoned as a result of global warming. ConcernsShow More Summary
Marine biologists diving near the Solomon Islands in the South Pacific were shocked when they came across a glowing sea turtle, the first bioluminescent reptile ever recorded. The turtle, a hawksbill sea turtle, is critically endangered. The research… The post Marine Biologists are Shocked By What They’ve Discovered in the South Pacific: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
This article originally appeared on artnet News. A marine biologist studying coral reefs off the Solomon Islands in the South Pacific made an amazing discovery this week when he noticed a "bright red-and-green spaceship" approaching his way in the pitch dark waters. Show More Summary
Marine biologist David Gruber didn’t plan to find a glowing sea turtle, but he’s glad he did. The associate professor of biology at City University of New York was diving in the Solomon Islands in July doing research on biofluorescence --...Show More Summary
While on an underwater exploration to capture footage of coral in the waters off the Solomon Islands, marine biologist David Gruber encountered an affable turtle whose shell glowed with red and green biofluorescence, a feature not ever before seen in a reptile. This sighting was extremely rare as this type of turtle, a hawkbill sea […]
A quick update for anyone who's been out of town for a few days: there's water on Mars and sea turtles that glow Scientists diving near the Solomon Islands in the South Pacific spotted and recorded a biofluorescent hawksbill sea turtle...Show More Summary
During a recent night dive near the Solomon Islands, a team of scientists were stunned to discover a glowing hawksbill sea turtle. It’s the first documented case of biofluorescence in a reptile. Read more...
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John Garnaut continued his commentary on PNG's looming fiscal crisis, while Liam Cochrane revealed some questionable expenditure items in the recent Mid Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook. The PNG Advantage investment summit will takeShow More Summary
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A strong earthquake of magnitude 6.6 struck the Solomon Islands archipelago in the Pacific Ocean, the U.S. Geological Survey said on Wednesday.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - A powerful 6.9 magnitude earthquake struck on Monday about 173 kms (107 miles) south of Dadali in the Solomon Islands in the South Pacific, the United States Geological Survey said.
A 7.0-magnitude earthquake has occurred in the South Pacific the US Geological Survey reports.
No damage or casualties reported after strong quake strikes western Solomon Islands, located along Pacific's "Ring of Fire"
Quake with 7.5 magnitude hits near the Solomon Islands in the South Pacific, prompting tsunami warning.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - An earthquake measuring 7.5 magnitude hit near the Solomon Islands in the South Pacific on Saturday, prompting a tsunami warning for the area.
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Welcome to Kavachi, a volcano located in the Southwest Pacific Ocean, in the Solomon Islands. Its first recorded eruption was in 1939, and the most recent eruption occurred in January of 2014. In addition to venting the Earth's fiery innards, Kavachi also serves as a home for sea creatures, as National Geographicreported. Show More Summary
National Geographic explorers made an unusual discovery in the Pacific Ocean's Solomon Islands: Brennan Phillips and his team dropped a camera into Kavachi, an underwater volcano, and recorded footage of two species of sharks and a stingray. Show More Summary
Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach The Solomon Islands, where I lived for eight years, is just north of Australia and just south of the Equator. It is part of the “Ring Of Fire”, the area of strong earthquake and volcanic activity that encircles the Pacific. You can see below that the islands are on a…