Live Oceanography News with Latest Updates

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Common antibiotic effective in healing coral disease lesions
Scientist contributes to newly launched Second World Ocean Assessment
Wave beneath their wings
Underwater robot reveals how Thwaites Glacier is melting
End of giant iceberg A-68
Making waves in oceanography
Environmental protection could benefit from ‘micro’ as well as ‘macro’ thinking
How do Mediterranean and Atlantic seabirds interact with fishing fleet and fish farms?
Research into new sensors to monitor drugs, speed up cancer detection and measure climate change impact
Exploration of ocean currents beneath ‘Doomsday Glacier’ by an autonomous underwater vehicle
USF leads first research cruise to study Piney Point’s environmental impact
Submarine groundwater discharge is essential for functioning of coastal ecosystems
Researchers begin to decipher composition and function of sea urchin microbiomes
Study reveals uncertainty in how much carbon ocean absorbs over time
Study analyses fish larval dispersal in western Mediterranean
FSU researchers discover how ‘cryptic species’ respond differently to coral bleaching
Behind scenes of a krill block-buster 12 March 2021
Watson Lecture on March 10: Ken Farley Explores Perseverance Rover’s Mission on Mars
New research unlocks mysteries of soupfin shark migration and reproduction
New data reveals British sea level records stretching back 200 years
Flag Officer Announcements 27 February
Thames Estuary report highlights changes over decade
Fish poop helps remove 1.65 billion tons of carbon from atmosphere
Fishes Contribute Roughly 1.65 Billion Tons of Carbon in Feces and Other Matter Annually
Robotic gliders deployed on giant iceberg mission
Increasing hurricane intensity around Bermuda linked to rising ocean temperatures
University of Southern California biologists devise new way to track carbon buildup in ocean
Study identifies significance of atmospheric rivers for New Zealand
Research shows emissions of banned ozone-depleting substance are back on decline
Portsmouth joins forces with leading Chinese university to help protect global marine resources
‘Make peace with nature’, UN chief urges at Ocean Decade launch
Researchers discover an immense hydrocarbon cycle in world’s ocean
Marine organisms use previously undiscovered receptors to detect, respond to light
More than 500 species of marine macrofauna can expand Russian fish
Ancient rivers reveal multiple Sahara Desert greenings
Getting measure of krill 28 January 2021
Dartmouth companies develop advanced ocean monitoring technologies
Climate, carbon cycle trends of past 50 million years reconciled
Immersive education: Oceanography lectures inspire new eCornell course
Air pollution levels depend on drizzle rates
Scientists discover secret of Galápagos’ rich ecosystem
Fleet of robots successfully tracks, monitors marine microbes
Ancient Earth may have birthed islands of life
First phase of research paves way for further studies on microplastics pollution
Doubling tropical cyclone risk to Hawaiʻi possible
Fishing alters fish behaviour and features in exploited ecosystems
Delayed Arctic ice advance tracked back to atmospheric conditions near Alaska months prior
Murky ocean impacts from COVID-19 emissions reductions