Scientists have divided the ocean up into several major subdivisions to make it easier to learn more about the world's oceans. Learn more about these subdivisions and how they are divided.
There is a mass of plastic in the Pacific ocean that grows daily. It was first documented in the 1950s and is more than 30 meters deep and larger than the state of Texas. Called the Pacific Garden Patch or the Pacific...
Learn more about the types of plankton and how they are classified.
This Hub is meant to give the reader the basics behind how a typhoon or hurricane forms, the reasons behind its destructive force, and why keeping track of such events is important.
Here we just may have proof that Mermaids are real. Here we just may have videos and photos of real live mermaids, mermaid skeletons and a mummified mermaid. But is this evidence proof enough?
Take a brief history tour of the three lighthouses located on the Cape Hatteras National Seashore. I made a quirky home video of the Cape Hatteras lighthouse, and how it was an engineering feat to move it 2,900 feet...
Shells from around the world -- what they are and how to identify them
Sea levels are rising but there have been few suggestion of how to stop it using mega-engineering solutions. Read on for some brilliant ideas - feasible?
Meteorologists have a number of pieces of technology to help them watch for hurricanes and follow their development. They also have a number of signs to watch for to determine when a hurricane will form.
If you had to name the largest lake in the world, would you be able to do it? If you’ve done your research on the topic then you’ll know that the largest lake in the world is actually the Caspian Sea. Most people...