Study suggests sea ice blocks the flow of carbon both into and out of the ocean, in roughly equal measure.
An MIT-developed technique could aid in tracking the ocean’s health and productivity.
Method may help quickly identify regions where objects — and missing people — may have converged.
Instrument may help scientists assess the ocean’s response to climate change.
When they encounter nutrient oases in the marine desert, marine bacteria release a gas involved in climate regulation.
The average power of waves hitting a coastline can predict how fast that coast will erode.
Scientists reveal the genes and proteins controlling the chemical structures underpinning paleoclimate proxies.
Maike Sonnewald adapts a method that identifies areas of the global ocean with similar physics, revealing global dynamical regimes.
Institute Professor honored for discovering Prochlorococcus, the most abundant photosynthesizing organism on Earth.
Visiting Assistant Professor Maryam Rashed Alshehhi models a region with freshwater shortages, oil spills, and frequent dust storms.
Long-term melting may lead to release of huge volumes of cold, fresh water into the North Atlantic, impacting global climate.