Ever since NASA’s flyby, the scientists have been intrigued by Pluto’s intricate geology. However, it is not only interesting but the largest moon of Pluto, Charon, is surprising as well.
Researchers said cloud cover was rising temperature and worsening the effect of global warming.
Women are more likely to survive shark attacks according to a new study.
Mysterious mushroom-shaped organisms have been discovered deep in the ocean.
Sunscreen protects our skin from harmful rays. However, it can also kill animals living in the ocean.
Ocean acidification is leading changes in waters vital to Alaska's valuable commercial fisheries and subsistence way of life, according to a new research.
Microplastics - microscopic particles of plastic debris - have become concerning because of their widespread presence in the oceans. These microplastics also possess potential physical and toxicological risks to organisms.
The analysis of the fractures in the icy surface of Pluto's giant moon Charon suggests that if its interior was warm, it could maintain a subterranean ocean of liquid water.
A vast water reservoir might be trapped hundreds of miles beneath the surface, according to a new research. The amount might be capable of filling Earth's oceans three times over.
Antarctica is now losing about 160 billion tones of ice per year to the ocean, according to the first complete assessment of Antarctic ice sheet elevation change, published recently.
Oarfish are among the aquatic creatures that are rarely seen, but a pair of the elusive animals were recently filmed in shallow water under a boat.
Enceladus - a small moon orbiting the giant ringed planet Saturn - can be added to the growing list of places other than Earth that have oceans, according to a new study.
Sharks being truly complete predators use all their senses while hunting, a new study has suggested.
Small microbes found on the bottom of the ocean floor may have been the reason for the largest extinction event ever happened on the earth, according to a new study.
An ancient fossil specimen recovered in China shows a mother reptile in the middle of the giving live birth. The 248 million-year-old fossil is of a marine reptile called Chaohusaurus - a member of a bigger group of reptiles called Ichthyosaurs.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.