There’s some huge glob in the ocean! Let’s go swim in it!
These aren’t the cuddly sea mammals we’re led to believe they are
Don’t worry: New York City isn’t going to be underwater anytime soon.
Ice cap losses and their ice age explanation - Yahoo News
New study slashes estimate of icecap loss
More Gulf waters are reopening to commercial hauls as tests show little hazard from oil, and Louisiana’s fall shrimp season kicks off Monday
After three long months, the bleeding from the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico has been finally, mercifully stanched
A new undersea internet cable between West Africa and Europe is now live
Oil company engineers on Sunday finally succeeded in keeping some of the oil gushing from a blown well out of the Gulf of Mexico
A boat carrying a 100-ton concrete-and-steel contraption arrived at the oil well spewing hundreds of thousands gallons of crude into the Gulf of Mexico
Oil spill could reek havoc on east coast of Florida - Gainesville Sun
Expert on ocean currents believes beaches from Miami to Jacksonville could face the brunt of the impact from the Gulf of Mexico oil spill
This time, it’s not a hurricane that threatens to wreck Mississippi livelihoods — it’s a blob of black ooze slowly making its way toward the Gulf Coast
Scientists discover undersea superhighway - ScienceDaily
Working in a rare, “natural seafloor laboratory” of hydrothermal vents that had just been rocked by a volcanic eruption, scientists from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) and other institutions have discovered what they believe is an undersea superhighway
A cruise ship was struck by a 26 foot, rogue wave, killing two passengers
Wave of Relief - AP
A tsunami triggered by the massive 8.8-magnitude earthquake in Chile reached Hawaii today. But while the extent of the damage was not immediately clear, the initial waves did not appear to be serious, looking more like an extreme fluctuation in the tide than a giant tsunami.