[USA] One day in late July, Donglai Gong was piloting his little quadcopter above his house when he noticed his drone camera Continue reading VIMS uses drones to find, study algal blooms
[EU] A marine science iBook entitled “Harmful Algal Blooms” has been developed as part of NUI Galway’s contribution to an EU-funded Continue reading New marine science iBook “Harmful Algal Blooms” to be launched to boost ocean literacy in European schools
Those from this region can survive summer temperatures of up to 35ºC on a regular basis.
Even the most adaptable corals will find it difficult to sustain themselves due to global warming, according to a new research. Continue reading Corals endangered by salinity levels in southern Arabian Gulf
In Mark Warner’s lab in Lewes, dozens of small sea anemones drift in man-made seawater in a white, plastic bin.
Through these animals, Warner and his team of research can see what the future may hold for tropical coral reefs. The researchers can add carbon dioxide Continue reading Climate impacts from arctic to tropics
Sydneysiders who opted for a late-night stroll by the ocean would have been treated to a romantic sight on Sunday night as the ocean literally glowed blue with each rolling wave.
As delighted Manly Beach locals… Continue reading Beach looks like a scene from Tron as it lights up with beautiful blue glowing algae signalling the start of spring