A new study found that “fierce” winds kill reefs by nearly 30% by destroying corals and other marine life in the Atlantic Ocean.The study was led by a team of researchers from the UK, Canada and the US.“Fierce winds are what destroy corals,” lead author Professor Daniel Ritchie, a researcher at the University of East
Beringia, Alaska — On this remote and frigid morning, the sky is clear and the weather’s perfect.As a researcher and explorer, I’ve been here countless times.But I’m here today because of a discovery that has implications for my own life.I’m about to share with you a tale of the discovery of what scientists are calling
SAN FRANCISCO — The Trump administration is asking the Supreme Court to reverse a decision to ban the practice of shark fining, a move that would give it a boost to the U.S. economy and protect endangered species, including some in the Atlantic Ocean.In a ruling Friday, the court said the government did not have
You can save your life if you’re swimming in the ocean and you don’t know what to do.That’s the warning from the World Health Organization.The warning is from a study that has been published in the scientific journal Marine Biology.It says that the more you can dive in the deep ocean, the less risk you’re
When you see a coral-covered beach, don’t look to the sky.You’ll need to look for the signs.The ocean is full of them.
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