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Saudi Arabia makes up 80 percent of the Arabian Peninsula, bordered by two bodies of water, the Arabian Gulf to the east and the Red Sea to the...

Head-high waves were breaking over the reef, battering Cliff Kapono every 10 seconds or so as he sat on his surfboard. As the surf pounded and...

When Andy Bruckner first started diving the Florida Keys reefs some forty years ago, what caught his attention were the thickets of beautiful...

Methane is among the most potent greenhouse gasses, and the largest methane reservoir on Earth is stored at continental margins—the underwater...

For island nation residents the ocean is part of our life. Growing up by the sea, we rise and fall with its sound and scent, awed by its natural...

More than two decades ago, Walter Ritte was hunting a deer. What followed was a frustrating series of events that led to him becoming a Hawaiian...

Marine scientists at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego are on a mission to reveal the secrets of seaweeds, including several...

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