As I was writing this, initial damage reports from the Philippines were still coming in. It looks like the damage from the storm is really bad, many…View More Is Super Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda one for the record books?
As the winds blow across the vast oceans they create a symphony of waves, whose pitch may range from ripples to rogues. Eventually all waves…View More Parasites aren’t just for biologists, this wave eats other waves
Just this past week, the beaches of Southern California and Baja Mexico have been inundated by monsters from the briny deep. Well actually only one…View More mOARFISH, moar problems?
While we here at Deep Sea News utterly disliked the Discovery Channel fiction-presented-as-fact documentary “Megalodon” we couldn’t help but love SyFy’s “fiction-presented-as-campy-AWESOME” that was Sharknado.…View More Recipe for a Sharknado
Pretty much the opposite of the above. Whenever I see this I am reminded of the saying. “I gave you one job…”View More How to Secure Cargo on the Deck of a Ship
Neatorama brought my attention to the above video. Flooding along the the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia left behind barrels for frothy fun. But wait…View More Attack of the Sea Foam, It’s Not Whale Sperm
At the end of the F line in Coney Island, Brooklyn stand three of the city’s more venerable institutions: Nathan’s Hotdogs, the Cyclone roller coaster…View More Drink beer for Sandy relief
As a native Long Islander, I watched intently as Sandy made landfall. Offshore of NY Harbor, winds gusted up 70 mph and waves swelled to…View More A recap of Hurricane Sandy: the ocean version
I am very excited to introduce Kim Martini as guest blogger here at DSN. Kim is a physical oceanographer working at the University of Alaska,…View More The Largest Waves in the Sea Aren’t at the Beach
As many as 900 dolphins and over 4,000 pelicans have washed up dead on the beaches of northern Peru in the last couple of months,…View More What is Peru’s dolphin and pelican die-off telling us?