For military historians and archaeologists, it's the answer to a very old question about a truly influential submarine.
Articles tagged "oceans"
Countries trapped six times more fish than they reported to the UN.
Seahorses are slow swimmers, so how do they eat?
And, yes, human-caused global warming is entirely to blame.
A boat captain standing at the helm scrolling through his iPad just doesn't feel quite right.
China's growing disillusion with shark fins is likely to have an impact on shark populations.
"It's obvious there's not going to be havens for this."
"The future of humanity and the future of the ocean are intertwined."
Perhaps not surprising consider that over 90 percent of global warming's heat is being sucked up by the world's oceans.
There's a lot to like in making surfboards from plants rather than petrochemicals.
This is a beautiful video to watch.
With changes rippling through from top and bottom, the health of fragile coral reefs are caught perilously in the middle.
The plug recovered by scientists is nearly a foot long.
Some sharks prefer to avoid that whole torpedo-with-teeth thing and just amble along.
These underwater crop circles aren't the work of aliens.
For the past four decades marine animals have been moving poleward at over four miles a year.
These five species—with their extra gills, nightmare-mouths, and bioluminescence—have been under-appreciated for too long.
Still people are stuck the notion of the whale being all alone, isolated by his song and roaming the seas for decades as a solitary, blubbery soul.
The Sea Shepherds founder can't come ashore without Interpol busting him, so like Snowden, he may never go home again.
The Plastisphere we've created can contain some pretty nasty microbes.
More sharks are caught yearly than is sustainable, but efforts to mitigate those losses have been met with opposition for decades.
If we want to stop more species from piling onto the list of thousands that have successfully taken over new homes, we first have to figure out where they're likely to succeed.
The average ocean wave height is going to decline, say scientists who have completed the first intensive models on the subject.