NOAA, in cooperation with the University of St. Thomas and the Chinese Academy of Scientists, revealed that the latest water temperature showed that ocean warming on Earth has increased by 13 percent.
There are four theories about Proxima B, the potentially habitable planet and that three of those theories suggest that there could be large oceans in the exoplanet.
A new study from the Ohio State University have tripled the known types of viruses living in oceans around the world, providing new insights on the role of viruses in marine environment.
The Black Sea’s upper layers are oxygenated and historically teeming with sea life, but in recent years global warming has drastically affected its inhabitability.
Global warming is still a fear that will cause mass extinction as a study shows that it destroyed the world 252 million years ago.
Earlier this year, images surfaced of toxic algal blooms in Florida, caused by pollution dumped in a lake, making people sick, but there are other issues in the Ocean that are damaging our health.
A newly discovered bacteria is capable of making dead zones deader by depleting the amount of nitrogen in oxygen minimum zones.
The unprecedented outbreak has caused skin and throat irritation to residents who said they can smell the "God awful" algae even inside their houses.
Scientists have discovered carcinogenic man-made pollutants in marine organisms living up to 10,000 metres deep on the world's deepest ocean trenches.
These creatures have existed for over a hundred million years. What are some simple things that we can do as individuals to ensure they last for a hundred million more?
A Florida brewery made a significant innovation that could save, protect and even feed marine life: edible six-pack rings for beer made out of by-products of beer production.
A recent study suggests that manta rays may be self-aware as they reportedly waved at themselves and changed their behavior when in front of a mirror.
Based on current rates of ocean acidification, scientists predict oceans will be much quieter in the future -- making it more difficult for baby fish, who rely on auditory cues as a primary method of navigation, to find their way home.
Although oxygen build-up on Earth and in its oceans took longer than previously thought, it provided the essential burst of energy for animal growth on life, says a new study.