This infographic details some more interesting facts about the ocean as well as offers an insight into what you can expect to find in the depths below.
In preparation for the start of the large-scale cleanup of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch in 2020, The Ocean Cleanup has conducted a series of 3D scale model tests at MARIN.
Study and understanding of oceans is important for the shipping industry. The data received from the oceans is helpful is several aspects, along with predicting weather and sea condition. Learn about eleven technologies that are used to understand oceans and its activities.
A cable laying ship is a type of sea going vessel which is used to lay cables on ocean floors. Find out more about cable laying ship inside the article.
Hydrofoil are types of boats that neither sail on water nor on land, but instead have a mechanism that facilitates them to have a combination of both. Find out more about hydrofoils inside.
Ever heard about marine salvage? Marine salvage is nothing but rescuing ships which are grounded or have met with similar accidents. Find out more about marine salvage in the article inside.
Ocean biome is a biotic community that is present in the ocean. An ocean biome is the largest biotic community that supports and allows various marine life-forms to thrive and live. An ocean biome supports all sorts of marine life-forms right from fishes to whales, along with other exotic creatures.
Mid Ocean Ridge is a mountain like structure which is formed under the sea due to volcanic eruptions on the ocean floor. Find out as to what exactly mid ocean ridges are inside the article
The Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge is a haven for marine life and helps in conserving and protecting several endangered marine animals.
The Creepy dead zones of the oceans are those parts wherein marine life doesn’t exist. Learn more about the ocean dead zones inside the article