Everybody seems to be running from the heat this summer.
The record-breaking belt of brown algae stretches from West Africa to the Gulf of Mexico.
Currently, sea levels are 20 cm (almost 8 inches) above pre-industrial levels.
Life, uhm, finds a way.
"We want to know if it's possible that more heat tolerant, non-preferred algae could revive bleached coral communities even if the relationship is less efficient," the authors say.
More like Sciency McScienceFace!
They're running out of food -- and climate change seems to be involved.
Call it underwater CCTV.
We're fishing for information in the deep seas.
Why would it evolve that way? Researchers have an idea.
Oxygen? In this economy?! Pffff.
There's a lot of life in the oceans.
The environments are also teeming with life.
Snakes have taken to the deep sea.
Thrash we've thrown away years ago is killing ocean life as you're reading this.
The decision has been met with disappointment and criticism.
It's absolutely amazing.