Washing polyester fabrics sends plastics to sea
Long-lasting oceanic garbage threatens marine life
Scientists find Antarctic icebergs play a new and bigger role in the climate cycle
A large swath of seafloor at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean lacks sediment.
Stores of natural gas created by high temperatures and pressures may nestle deep in Earth’s mantle.
Drilling holes deep into the seafloor unveils the ocean’s past and hints at Earth’s future.