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Atlantis isn’t real, but here are all the places it could have been
There are good reasons that a city might sink into the sea.
We finally know why sea pickles glow
These sea creatures shine bright because of some nifty light-producing genes.
We can protect whales from ship strikes by translating their songs
Using song patterns to predict whale migrations could help us protect them from ship strikes.
Whale ‘roadkill’ is on the rise off California. A new detection system could help.
If an AI-powered project can get giant cargo ships to slow down, fewer whales may perish.
How hurricanes like Laura get so strong
There are three key ingredients to rapid intensification.
Five stories of sailors who weathered COVID-19 out at sea
For cruisers who were voyaging far from home this past spring, quarantine presented a new set of hurdles.
This robotic maritime bomb squad keeps humans a safe distance away
Thousands of mines lurk in the oceans, and dealing with them is dangerous.
Surfers are riding a wave of new technologies to their Olympic debut
As the sport takes its place in the Olympic lineup, biometrics and other types of data tracking help carve its future.
Pro surfers hit artificial waves in the heat of the climate crisis
As the patterns in the Pacific Ocean begin to change, athletes are turning to surf parks to catch their big breaks.
These animals build palaces out of their own snot
Using lasers, scientists digitally reconstructed these delicate, squishy houses.