For the first time, the UK and Germany have joined forces to investigate the impact of climate change on the Arctic Ocean through a series of...
Chinese scientists have found that burying carbon dioxide in marine sediment in deep sea is "generally safe and permanent," giving support to the...
June marks the annual celebration of oceans and all that they contribute to our planet, the surface of which is more than 70 percent water. The...
Amid dire reports about the health of the world's coral reefs, National Science Foundation (NSF)-supported marine biologist Peter Edmunds of...
Liquid Robotics has deployed two Wave Gliders, autonomous ocean robots, to capture live ocean data close to where lava is flowing into the ocean...
A link between the development of heat waves over Central and Western Europe and temperatures in the North Atlantic has been discovered by...
Hosted by ISE and lead by Australia’s Antarctic Gateway Partnership, the workshop aimed to finalize details for nupiri muka’s first field season.
As part of an international team, a researcher from the University of Liverpool reconstructed the 1929 Grand Banks underwater avalanche to better...
The Central and Arctic Division of Fisheries and Oceans Canada has plans to deploy an array of three multi-frequency (38, 125, 200 and 455 kHz)...
Marine Press, Total Marine Solutions and Brenock have partnered to advance digital transformation in the maritime industry.In an exclusive...
OceanWise has added a dynamic software Extension to Maritime Toolbar for Esri ArcMap, which powerfully and easily helps the user to manipulate...
Petrotechnics, the developer of Proscient – the hazardous industries’ first software platform for operational excellence – has launched Proscient...
A multidisciplinary team of scientists, equipped with advanced underwater robotics and an array of analytical instrumentation, will set sail for the...

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