Recent photos from NASA highlight the activity on our seas.
Our oceans are in decline, and human activity is to blame. To reverse this trend, we must move with purposeful steps. Here are five that could be taken immediately.
Many animal species are at risk from gradually warming seas.
The ancient creatures could help prevent the permafrost from releasing its vast stores of carbon dioxide and methane.
The US state is worried about chemicals that are dangerous to coral reefs and ocean life.
In a movement gaining momentum around the world, Maharashtra has banned the sale and use of certain plastic.
Above and below the sea, we've got a real problem.
From deforestation to pandemics, this new tool visualizes planet-scale changes – aiming to bring the discussion about how we treat our home into sharp focus.
Global fish catch could be reduced by 20% by 2300.
From deforestation to sea-level rises, click on any location in the world and see how it has evolved since 1984.
One-third of the Great Barrier Reef died during a 2016 heatwave.
The Atlantic current has been getting slower since the 19th century.
Technology used to locate sunken vessels could be used for another purpose.
The best way for humans to study the oceans could be to act more like fish — or at least to appear more fish-like to other marine life.
The oceans still remain a mystery, and the microscopic organisms living within them are no different.