Deep Sea Articles
Life of deep sea animals is beyond your thought
Most of the people know only few animals which they are seeing in their day to day life or on television. Hardly, few people have got a bit of knowledge about deep sea animals.Nearly all the people are well aware that the most common sea animals are fish.
of the blue ocean is always an intriguing
sight. It embodies the under water world of animals, plants,
insects apart from great secrets, treasures, misfortunes and
is Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion?
oceans cover a little more than 70 percent of the
Earth's surface. This makes them the world's
largest solar energy collector and energy storage system. Read
What's to see in the Ocean?
plays an essential role in the world's climate system, absorbing
about half the heat from the sun. The heat escapes to warm
the atmosphere, mainly through evaporation either locally
or months or years later having been transported by ocean
currents thousands of kilometres. Read
Climate and Computer Modelling
patterns of our global oceans and the seas around Australia
influence changes in rainfall and the evolution of our climate,
which are important issues for our environment and several
primary industries. Read
Basics of Hurricane
for a hurricane include a pre-existing weather
disturbance, warm tropical oceans, moisture, and relatively
light winds aloft. If the right conditions persist long enough,
they can combine to produce the violent winds, incredible
waves, torrential rains, and floods we associate with this
What is AVHRR?
sensor on board the NOAA polar-orbiting satellites is the
Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer (AVHRR). The AVHRR
instrument consists of an array of small sensors that record
(as digital numbers) the amount of visible and infrared radiation
reflected and (or) emitted from the Earth's surface. Read
Petroleum(Oil) in Sea
formed from the remains of animals and plants that lived millions
of years ago in a marine (water) environment before the dinosaurs.
Over the years, the remains were covered by layers of mud.
Methyl Bromide in the Atmosphere and Ocean
of the global distribution and temporal trends of atmospheric
methyl bromide (CH3Br) is necessary to place constraints
on the magnitude and distribution of its sources and sinks.
Although evidence suggests that the atmospheric burden of
CH3Br increased during the 1980s, its atmospheric
mole fraction does not appear to have changed significantly
during the past decade. Read
Ocean temperatures and sea level increases 50 percent higher
than previously estimated
are reported in the June 19 edition of the journal Nature.
An international team of researchers, including Lawrence Livermore
National Laboratory climate scientist Peter Gleckler, compared
climate models with improved observations that show sea levels
rose by 1.5 millimeters per year in the period from 1961-2003.
Climate Models Consistent with Ocean Warming Observations
models provide spatially complete ocean temperature
data, so unlike the incomplete observations, infilling is
not required. By sampling the models only where there are
observations, the Livermore team found that infilling had
a pronounced effect on observed estimates of ocean variability,
and brought model results closer in line with observations. Read
Bacteria "Feed" on Earth's Ocean-Bottom Crust
bacteria on ocean-bottom rocks are more abundant and diverse
than previously thought, appearing to "feed" on the planet's
oceanic crust, according to results of a
study reported in this week's issue of the journal Nature.
Deep Sea Fish Oil - Complete lead to Natural Deep Sea Fish
sea fish oil is the best oil if you’re looking
for fish oil. But this is not for all time the case for many
reasons, mainly looking at what fish analysis shows. As we
know range of Ocean waters are being contaminated. Deep sea
fish was considered to be the healthiest foods . Read