Meteorologists, oceanographers and snipers have to account for this deformation.
A new model, based on "sea glass" from ocean ridges, may help scientists more easily answer a question they have long struggled with.
There’s now a microscopic plastic cycle that works like any other environmental cycle -- moving from oceans to sky to land and back again.
New research supports the idea that pulses of nutrients flushed from Devonian forests fueled ocean algae blooms that suffocated marine life.
Researchers and Aboriginal people are working to protect 3.5-billion-year-old stromatolite fossils in western Australia.