By combining ocean models, animal metabolism and fossil records, researchers show that the Permian mass extinction in the oceans was caused by global warming that left animals unable to breathe. As temperatures rose and the metabolism of marine animals sped up, the warmer waters could not hold enough oxygen for their survival.
Complete Article From the publisher.Visit Deep Sea News. A yellow sponge (Staurocalyptus sp. nov.) new to science, an orange basket star (Gorgonocephalus sp.) crawling on it, several white ruffle sponges (Farrea occa), and a new […]
Complete Article From the publisher.Scientists have successfully measured zinc samples under deep-sea conditions. Their method could support sustainable extraction of raw seabed materials.
Complete Article From the publisher.A new article by a Swansea University researcher has called for a rethink on tropical marine conservation efforts, as people who previously relied on coral reefs for food and income are […]