UC Davis Study Reveals How Marine Animals Are Dissolving Due To Warm, Acidic Waters [Video]

Apr 20, 2017 AM EDT Warm waters and ocean acidification cause some marine animals to dissolve.

MBARI Researchers Discover How Majority Of Deep-Sea Animals Make Their Own Light [Video]

Apr 13, 2017 PM EDT A third of deep-sea animals are able to produce their own light.

Stanford And University Of Calgary Researchers Map Saltwater Intrusion In California Coast

Mar 15, 2017 AM EDT Researchers identify which parts of Monterey Bay has been infiltrated by seawater.

Rare Find: Ruby Seadragon First Caught On Video By UC San Diego Researchers

Jan 18, 2017 AM EST UC San Diego researchers have finally caught a ruby seadragon on video for the first time.

NASA Shows Off Space Laser To Study The Ocean

Dec 28, 2016 AM EST NASA has revealed one of its projects that is used to study the ocean.

Science 2016: Facts Discovered Just This Year - Part 2

Dec 22, 2016 AM EST Check out the recently-discovered facts for 2016.

Mystery behind How Ancient Marine Reptiles Moved Through Water Solved

Jun 13, 2014 AM EDT Bristol University researchers have found out how ancient marine reptiles navigated through water.

Giant Marine Animals Filtered Food like Modern Whales

Mar 27, 2014 AM EDT An international team of researchers found Tamisiocaris, ancient sea creatures, filtered food like modern whales.

Lund Researchers Determine the Color of Ancient Marine Reptiles

Jan 09, 2014 AM EST Lund University researchers have identified the color of three extinct marine animals that swam the ancient waters millions of years ago.

Swedish Scientists Discover Fossil of 85-Million-Year-Old Marine Lizard

Sep 11, 2013 AM EDT Lund University-led research team in Jordan have discovered an 85-million-year-old fossilized skeleton of a marine reptile from rocks in central Jordan with part of its soft tissue preserved.

UNH Introduces New School Of Marine Science (VIDEO)

Sep 10, 2013 AM EDT The University of New Hampshire (UNH) has launched a new School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering, an assimilation of the university's various marine-related research, teaching and outreach ...

Dolphins Call Out to Each Other through Signature Whistles, Study

Jul 23, 2013 AM EDT Dolphins use 'signature whistles' that act as names to identify and communicate with each other, according to a new study conducted by marine biologists from the University of St. Andrews in Scotland.

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