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Bluefin-21 had begun its search on Monday near an area of sea bed known as the Zenith Plateau, around 1,800km north west of Perth, Australia, and close to where ultrasonic "pings" likely to have come from "black box" flight recorders were detected.
Researchers have said that fish living on coral reefs where carbon dioxide seeps from the ocean floor are less able to detect predator odor than fish from normal coral reefs. Danielle Dixson, an assistant professor in the School of Biology at the
Hadal Ecosystem Studies Project), funded by the NSF (National Science Foundation), is aiming to discover how marine life can survive at extreme ocean depths. Pictured is an abyssal grenadier spotted at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean on a previous
Some 400 sculptures were submerged in 2010 and 50 new ones were added in August 2012. The whole display is known as Silent Evolution DeCaires Taylor designed the sculptures to become artificial reefs in a bid to draw tourists away from the coral
Tangaroa has returned from a five-week voyage to the Louisville Seamount Chain after completing an extensive biological survey of this rarely sampled area. The voyage was one of the first of its kind aimed at giving scientists a better understanding
Global Trends & Forecast to 2018" report to their offering. (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130307/600769 ) The subsea production and processing systems market report provides an overview of the subsea developments, primary areas of
Citizen science study to map the oceans' plankton Environment reporter, BBC News The role phytoplankton plays in life on Earth is often overlooked, says Dr Richard Kirby A study is calling on the world's sailors to help map the oceans' phytoplankton,
McDermott International has announced that one of its subsidiaries was awarded a substantial contract to provide the electrical power supply system for Saudi Aramco in the Abu Ali and Khursaniyah fields in the Arabian Gulf. This contract is included
Scientists have had the first look at the life that thrives in one of the deepest spots in the ocean. An expedition to the unexplored New Hebrides trench in the Pacific has revealed that cusk eels and crustaceans teem more than 7,000m (23,000ft) down.
On July 14, 1992, aquanaut Richard Presley surfaced from a lagoon in Key Largo, ecstatic to see "the colors, the sun and all these palm trees" after 69 days and 19 minutes of living in the sea...There was hope the effort would spark renewed interest