Goose barnacles are weird looking crustaceans that live in colonies attached to floating driftwood and other rubbish in the sea. They are often found on flotsam made of plastic.
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?
History of the Lighthouses of Burnham-on-Sea; how navigational aids evolved, how they affected safety and the lives of coastal inhabitants
Most organisms living on earth depend on the sun to obtain their energy, but other organisms live very deep i n the ocean and are unable to use sunlight for energy; they use chemicals to survive there
Everybody has heard of the Bermuda Triangle in the Atlantic; however, the Pacific Ocean supposedly has its own area where ships, planes, and people have mysteriously vanished. But, is it true?
Fraser Island Shipwreck. Shipwrecks have been speculated about and fascinated over for years and years. With many ships having sunk, been found and investigated, there are many stories to share as a result of this. Some stories surrounding famous...
Oceans are sources of a number of useful resources. Food Resources of Oceans, Mineral Resources of Ocean, Energy Resources of Ocean. Oceans Resources, Ocean Minerals and Resources.
The life of the paper nautilus and its delicate egg-case is discussed, concluding with a warning that global warming may contribute to its extinction.
The Seven Seas are stuff of legend, but there may be some truth. The past seven seas were wild; the present day seas can be deadly. Here's a list of these insidious waterways, and a look at the future
The gray whale migration occurs every year along the west coast of Canada and the United States. This migration is considered the longest migration of any marine mammal and covers nearly 12000 miles.