‘The Bloop’ identified.

20 November 2012 grant 0

I’m not sure when this happened, but NOAA thinks they’ve finally identified the mysterious underwater sound known as ‘The Bloop’: The broad spectrum sounds recorded […]

Arctic submarines.

28 February 2011 grant b 0

The US Navy, Nature reports, is taking some time out to give scientists a look at what goes on beneath the Arctic Circle: Nature talked […]

Seal scientists.

11 October 2010 grant b 0

Science News reports on an Antarctic project that’s been hiring a crew of oceanographers who *really* feel at home in the water: Seals, walruses, whales […]

How NASA finds oil.

22 July 2010 grant b 0

Unfortunately, as NPR reveals, we’re not talking about the kind that’s still safely underground: The NASA Earth Observatory explains that since ocean waters are never […]

Washing away.

30 April 2010 grant b 0

Slate (yeah, not the first place I look for science news, but hey) unearths the sad truth about beaches that aren’t going to be beaches […]

None more deep.

5 June 2009 grant b 0

New Scientist has a picture taken by the world’s deepest-diving robot: “Nereus is like no other deep submergence vehicle,” says oceanographer Tim Shank of WHOI. […]

The sunken ocean.

9 March 2009 grant b 0

Science Daily reveals something more lost than any lost continent – remnants of a time when an ocean itself sank and disappeared: Using new computer […]

Of Wind and Fish.

18 November 2008 grant b 0

MSNBC recently reported on an unusual idea – that offshore wind farms would be not only good for creating clean energy, but they’d also boost […]