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.
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.
Every year billions of pounds of garbage ends up in our rivers, lakes, and oceans. The garbage in our waterways has profound negative consequences on the environment, wildlife and human life alike.
Deep under the surface of the ocean, 11 km to be exact, lies the Mariana Trench: an inhospitable place where strange creatures and monstrosities are at the top of the food chain.
There are many fascinating forms of marine life in the seas around Tenerife in the Canary Islands. Sea hares and sea urchins are two types of marine creature found there.
The recent creation of a huge iceberg at the Larsen Ice Shelf in Antarctica is a scientific event worth noting. Following is some info about Antarctic icebergs that will help put this in perspective.
In the Stone Age period the British Isles was joined to northern Europe and Scandenavia by a single land mass. Massive tsunamis caused by land slides drowned this land mass known as Doggerland.
Flood is a natural calamity which is most common in U.S.A. If we consider the recorded information by US Red Cross, hundreds of populate annually die because of floods. In addition to this, damage worth almost 4...
Paul Dobbins is currently employed as the owner of Ocean Approved. He began his work as a scalloper during college in order to pay for tuition while being on the water. He later moved into the biotechnology industry but...
The Channel Islands National Park is a marine sanctuary and has been one since around 1940's. The islands are located about eleven miles out from the shores of Santa Barbara, California. The channel...