Decommissioning oil rigs into artificial reefs, mental health impacts of disasters, and invasive lionfish are a few of the topics to be presented at...
Scientists seeking an oceanic counterpart to the tree rings that document past weather patterns on land have found one in the subtropical waters of...
The acidification of the ocean expected as seawater absorbs increasing amounts of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere will reverberate through the...
Community observatories along the BC coast, earthquake early warning sensors in the deep sea, and the first 24/7 subsea instrument platform in the...
Syngnathids are unique fish species that exhibit male pregnancy and give birth to live young. According to the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™...
Across the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory campus, scientists are exploring undersea volcanoes, monitoring coastal erosion along hard-to-reach...
The SediMeter measures a vertical turbidity profile through the bottom, and it is used to monitor erosion, sedimentation, and related processes. As...
A huge iceberg, roughly the size of Norfolk, looks set to break away from the Larsen C ice shelf on the Antarctic Peninsula. Larsen C is more than...
Unique Group, a leading integrated subsea and offshore solution provider, is investing almost 2m Euros in an innovative healthcare division to bring...
Virginia Institute of Marine Science of Gloucester Point, VA, awarded a contract to Meridien Maritime Reparation of Matane, Quebec to construct a...
Earth's oceans have soaked up about a third of the carbon dioxide added to the atmosphere by humans through use of fossil fuels and other...
In hopes of getting a rare glimpse of the newly discovered third species of seadragon, researchers at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the...
With demand for the Ocean Business show at a record high, the organizers are excited to unveil an action-packed training and demonstration program...

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