In the sixth grade, we had weekly assignments that were supposed to be a mixture of arts and crafts and scholarly study. Two of my good…View More The Biological Pump: A short film in construction paper
A nice little paper in Nature Geoscience that helps reconcile iron budgets for the word’s oceans. The hot, mineral rich water that spews from hydrothermal…View More Fool’s Gold from Hydrothermal Vents to Plankton
That’s pretty much the message of new study in Geophysical Research Letters. Large deposits of methane hydrates, i.e. methane ice, occur naturally in the seafloor…View More Ocean Warming Melts Methane Hydrates Which Screws Us All
[Note the following post makes gratuitous use of keyboard symbols to denote adult language] In the coolest titled paper ever “Assessing the apparent imbalance between geochemical and biochemical…View More What the @$#! is wrong with carbon budgets?
The 285 macrourid fishes, the rattails, whiptails, and grenadiers, are one of, if not the, most abundant fish in the deep. You cannot throw…well anything…without…View More Simple Summer Recipes for Dead Seafloor Carrion
Two recent papers in Nature GeoScience demonstrate the real effects of ocean acidification. For those not in know, there is an ongoing decrease in the…View More Ocean Acidification, Not Good For Living