The rings of clam shells have revealed 1,000 year's worth of marine climate history.
Commerce and Sea Power, William Lionel Wyllie, 1898.
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Laying the first telegraphy cable under the Atlantic was the Victorians' version of the Apollo mission – it caught the imagination of a generation.
The Falkland Islands (Las Islas Malvinas): a rocky outpost at the centre of a centuries-long dispute.
A UN committee has agreed with the science underpinning Falklands boundary claims, but without solving the sovereignty issue the dispute is no closer to a solution.
Changes in ocean temperatures are driving unusual weather patterns across Europe.
Anse Source d'Argent beach, La Digue island, Seychelles is one of Africa’s finest beaches.
Africa has some wonderful beaches. A serious traveller should visit at least one of them once in a lifetime.
Soon the oceans will be too warm to support thriving coral reefs.
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Corals are experiencing only the third global bleaching event in recorded history, caused by warming seas. But worse is yet to come.
The Cliffs of Moher look out over the Atlantic – but is the ocean endangering us on land?
Meet the Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation.
Their home is getting warmer, even if ours isn’t.
There seem to have been a dozen or so explanations for why the Earth’s surface has warmed at a slower rate over the past 15 years compared to earlier decades. This is perhaps not so surprising given the…