Nearly 350 ocean sunfish have been found stranded along the New England coast during the past decade.
The appearance of sea potatoes along the Rhode Island coast is significant because it has crossed a major biogeography boundary.
The Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Marine National Monument, the only national monument in the Atlantic Ocean, remains controversial more than two years after it was created.
A year after the critically endangered North Atlantic right whale population produced zero calves for the first time on record, the animals have given birth to seven calves so far this winter.
A recent diving technology test off the coast of Portsmouth, R.I., successfully demonstrated the deployment and utility of an “underwater tent” that allows its occupants to essentially camp out underwater.
PROVIDENCE — Shoreline development is on the rise in Rhode Island, as the 10-member board of the Coastal Resources Management Council continues to approve new projects.
The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection recently issued a unique “watershed permit” to the four towns sharing the Pleasant Bay watershed, Brewster, Chatham, Harwich, and Orleans.
NARRAGANSETT, R.I. — The open ocean is the largest and least explored environment on the planet, estimated to hold up to a million species that have yet to be described.
Michael Lombardi has been diving in Rhode Island for more than 20 years, and he's still in awe of the spectacular sites, wildlife interactions, and untapped exploration that is right here in our backyard.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is monitoring an unusual increase in whale deaths for three species of whales: minke, humpback, and the North Atlantic right whale.
BRISTOL, R.I. — After years of diligently replicating the method and being unable to find evidence that the test works, two Roger Williams University professors and two alumni arrived at the conclusion that what had been published six years ago were impossible research results.
Rising levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere have affected one of the global ocean’s major circulation systems.
Climate change and plastics combine to create rising tide of invasives.
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration scientists studying sounds made by Atlantic cod and haddock at spawning sites in the Gulf of Maine have found that vessel traffic noise is reducing the distance over which these animals can communicate.