Temperatures directly correlate to CO2 levels In Antarctica, but not in the tropics or Northern Hemisphere. Here's why:
Climate change isn't just about rising tides overtaking land; climate change may destroy vast oceanic ecosystems.
Plankton aren't just the foundation of the ocean's food chain; they're also really important for getting carbon dioxide out of the air.
If you think the Clones on Star Wars were a threat, just wait until you hear about Asian clams.
Did you know hurricanes can be constructive to the Atlantic Ocean?
How does such a tiny organism do so much to help reduce global warming?
Imagine if the only way for you to eat were to trek 25 miles on foot to a restaurant and then trek all the way back home afterward.
When it comes to ocean life, you might assume that the real action occurs down in the depths. After all, that’s where sharks, whales, octopi and other stars of sea do their thing, not to mention the truly weird and wonderful creatures that inhabit the ocean floor.