Scientists discover 'smoking' volcano 3,000 meters below the surface of the Indian Ocean
Cousteau reaches remote Pacific atoll; has enough footage to make 'an extremely compelling documentary'
Cousteau Finds 'Horrifying' Trash on Hawaiian Desert Islands; 'It Continues to Come In'
Cousteau Family Row May Sink the Calypso; 'The Whole Affair Disgusts Me'
Gulf of Mexico 'dead zone' forecast: larger than average, smaller than last year
World First as French Tap Fresh Water Source From Under the Sea-Bed
Maritime pirate attacks increasing; largest number of violent acts in 12 years
Expedition set to study Hawaiian coral bleaching; 'we don't know how fast they recover'
US Navy SEALs take delivery of 'first-of-its kind' mini submarine
Tuvalu Islanders Consider Exodus as Sea Level Rises; 'We Cannot Just Float On the Water'
Report: Caribbean Reefs Suffer 'Phenomenal Loss'; Coral Down by 80%; Problems Traced Humans
HMS Sussex wreck highlighting the tension between 'treasure hunters' and marine archaeologists
Study: deep-sea corals in grave danger from trawlers; nets like 'racing several monster trucks across the sea floor'
'Well-preserved' 17th-century wreck found off the coast of Belgium
Sea floor survey reveals new 11,000-meter-deep hole
Retired US Navy captain disputes claim that Japanese sub made world's deepest dive
Cousteau son to launch six-week expedition to film the northwest Hawaiian islands; 'I'm very excited'
Hawaiian scientists to use floating sea gauge to plot drifting coral larvae
Norway moves 'just in time' to protect 1,000-yr-old cold water coral reef
Russian pollution 'killing' the Baltic Sea
'Disaster' as Storm Forces Record-Breaking UK Rower to Abandon Ship
Swedes find missing Cold War spy plane in the Baltic Sea
Research: tropical seas not carbon sinks; 'this was a surprise to us all'
UK Set to Unveil 'Marine Current Turbine,' Generating Power From Ocean Currents
India Set to Launch World's First Power Plant Power by the Ocean's Thermal Energy
Pew Oceans Commission: New Federal Agency Needed to Manage Ocean; 'No Places for Fish to Hide'
Italian Boy to Spend Life at Sea in Search of Asthma Cure
Minister: Canada's East coast not prepared for an oil spill
Norway Balks at Russian Plan to Turn Nuclear Submarines Into Oil Tankers
FBI: Anthrax Letters Prepared Underwater; Maryland Pond to be Drained in Search For Clues
Chinese develop precision underwater GPS
date added: 2004-01-14 source: news.xinhuanet.com
Next-generation robots take the plunge; 'we're on the verge of a new era of ocean science'
date added: 2004-01-14 source: news.bbc.co.uk
Aircraft-borne laser may help target ocean trash; 'shows up as a shadow'
date added: 2004-01-05 source: the.honoluluadvertiser.com
Son Drowns While Swimming Out to Sea to Scatter Father's Ashes; 'The Water Took Him'
date added: 2004-01-03 source: www.iol.co.za
Eco-groups: seamount ecosystems threatened by commercial fishing fleets; 'unsustainable levels'
date added: 2003-12-16 source: news.nationalgeographic.com
Kiwi fishermen hit by 15-foot wall of water; 'I've never seen such a big black wall in my life'
date added: 2003-12-12 source: www.nzherald.co.nz
Researchers Develop New Hybrid Vehicle to Reach the Deepest Parts of the Ocean Floor
date added: 2003-12-12 source: www.newswise.com
NASA to monitor coral reef health from the sky
date added: 2003-12-11 source: www.nasa.gov
Rising Seas to 'Drown' Indian Cities; 'Bombay, Calcutta and Madras will be Completely Submerged'
date added: 2003-12-10 source: www.terradaily.com
Survey finds huge deep-sea coral fields off the UK coast; 'a very rich, very diverse range of marine life'
date added: 2003-12-06 source: news.bbc.co.uk
Scientists Document 23,000 Years of Coral History on Vanuatu; Longest Continuous Growth Ever Studied
date added: 2003-12-06 source: www.eurekalert.org
Hawaiian reef study provide insight into destruction; 'it's not rocket science'
date added: 2003-12-05 source: the.honoluluadvertiser.com
Marine scientists: nutrient pollution boosts coral-killing fungi, bacteria
date added: 2003-12-03 source: www.eurekalert.org
Famously polluted canal now supports one of the fastest growing fish populations in the UK; 'a little short of astounding'
date added: 2003-11-28 source: news.bbc.co.uk
New Zealand threatens ban over Brit's attempt to row again; 'we would be strongly advising him against it'
date added: 2003-11-23 source: news.bbc.co.uk
Norwegian oil company has big plans to re-inject CO2 under the seabed; 'method has enormous potential'
date added: 2003-11-22 source: www.cnn.com
Sponges may be answer to reef paradox: profusion of coral in nutrient-poor waters
date added: 2003-11-19 source: news.nationalgeographic.com
French report slams Spain over Prestige oil spill; actions 'worsened tanker tragedy'
date added: 2003-11-17 source: news.bbc.co.uk
Conservationists rally to save Baja's dying Sea of Cortez; poor management and overfishing corrupt once-pristine waters
date added: 2003-11-14 source: www.sfgate.com
Prestige oil spill may hurt Spain for ten years, cost $5.7 billion; 'the disaster continues today'
date added: 2003-11-12 source: edition.cnn.com
Volcanic mystery unraveled underwater: seawater steam has a 'major role in building new oceanic crust'
date added: 2003-11-12 source: www.eurekalert.org
Five Countries Sign Caspian Sea Pact, Agree to Reduce Sewage and Industrial Waste Dumped into the Sea
date added: 2003-11-08 source: news.bbc.co.uk
Harvesting of Bahamas coral for a cosmetic provides marine biologist with an ideal 'experiment'
date added: 2003-11-06 source: www.newswise.com
French Woman Completes Peru to Tahiti Windsurfing Journey
date added: 2003-11-06 source: news.bbc.co.uk
Report: high seas pirate attacks surge; Indonesian waters 'most dangerous in the world'
date added: 2003-11-03 source: www.theage.com.au
Dam the final chapter in tragedy of Aral Sea; 'the world's worst environmental disaster'
date added: 2003-11-01 source: www.theage.com.au
Work to avert USS Arizona oil spill to continue; vessel 'could at any time release a large volume of oil'
date added: 2003-10-31 source: the.honoluluadvertiser.com
Sewage killing Tobago's Buccoo Reef; 'a few years ago, it was entirely different'
date added: 2003-10-29 source: www.newsday.co.tt
Epileptic rower ends cross-Atlantic bid; 'we knew sea sickness would be a problem'
Historic wreck found in Hawaii; USS Saginaw first American warship built on the West Coast
China Starts Scientific Research in the 'Sea of Death'
South American glaciers melting faster; 0.5 millimeter sea level rise in the past 5 years
Man with cerebral palsy to row the Atlantic for charity
Plan to Keep Ships off Australia's Great Barrier Reef Under Fire
Scientists worried as mysterious 'white' syndrome kills off Hawaiian coral; 'this is a wake-up call'
Pollution fears for 'pearl of Siberia', Lake Baikal; 'one fifth of the earth's fresh water'
Environmentalists Protest as Toxic US Navy 'Ghost Fleet' Ships Set Sail for the UK
Research: Little Effect from Arctic Offshore Oil Drilling; 'The Entire Offshore Area Was Near Pristine'
NZ Scientists: Tasman Sea Getting Warmer; 'It Must Be Caused by Remote Processes'
Report: Pakistani Oil Spill Killing Marine Plants, Threatening Mangrove
New seabed mapping technology revealing Britain's drowned landscapes; 'what we saw was astonishing'
Enlarged 'Dead Zone' Ripples Across Lake Erie; 'Nature Has a Way of Dealing With Imbalances'
Research: rising ocean temps killed 90% of Indian Ocean near-surface corals in 1998
Scientists to embark on three-year study of the Great Barrier Reef sea floor
Study: Ocean Plant Life Productivity Declining
Washington State's Hood Canal Marine Life Struggling For Oxygen; 'We Need To Find Out What is Going On'
Unprecedented census of the seas begins; 'you can't use something that you haven't inventoried'
NASA: Oceans Will Soak Up Excess Atmospheric Heat For the Next 50 Years
Geologist: Massive Ocean Methane Belches Led to Mass Extinction; 'It's A Wacky Idea'
Geologists: Antarctic ice streams influenced by ocean tides
Disaster on Karachi's coastline; mangroves threatened
Study: climate change, not overfishing, destroying Africa's Lake Tanganyika
Study: Hawaiian drought leading to saltier seas, cutting its ability to absorb carbon dioxide