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Ocean and Space Exploration Blend at URI's Graduate School of Oceanography

Scientists with a NASA-led expedition are operating from the Inner Space Center at the University of Rhode Island's Graduate School of Oceanography as colleagues explore the deep Pacific Ocean to prepare to search for life in deep space.

Winners Announced in $7m Shell Ocean Discovery XPRIZE for Advancements in Autonomous Ocean Exploration

Winners also Announced for National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s $1M Bonus Prize for Underwater “Sniffer” Technology

Europe’s Leading Ocean Experts Launch Advice for Governments

Leading European ocean experts have launched a publication, titled Navigating the Future V (NFV), which will provide governments with robust, independent scientific advice on future seas and ocean research to 2030 and beyond. The launch took place during EurOCEAN2019, the European Marine Board conference in Paris today (June 11).

Taking the Fight to the Frontline: Island States Unite to End Pollution
  • Twenty-seven Small Island Developing States have come together in a bid to manage and eliminate toxic chemicals and waste.
Coral Bleaching Causes A Permanent Change in Fish Life

Repeat coral bleaching caused by rising sea temperatures has resulted in lasting changes to fish communities, according to a new long-term study in the Seychelles.

Can Thermal Cameras Prevent Ship Strikes?

Researchers test out thermal IR cameras for whale detection in British Columbia's Gulf Islands

US Commercial Fishers May Face a Future of Limited Fishing Options

Rutgers and other scientists document the impact of ocean warming on fisheries

Changing How We Predict Coral Bleaching

Coral bleaching events may occur more frequently in the Red Sea than previously thought, according to an algorithm developed by KAUST researchers. Their findings also indicate that the northern part of the Red Sea might not remain a thermal refuge for coral ecosystems for long.

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The University of Victoria has engaged Ocean Dynamics to deploy a Saab Seaeye Falcon robotic vehicle for the inspection of instrumentation platforms monitoring the ocean around Canada’s north west coast, particularly in First Nation coastal


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