By Madeline Stone, National Geographic
A database created in part from 19th-century maritime records sharpens our view of climate change over the past 150 years.
Chinook salmon are not surviving migration. Now, the shortage is causing officials to make some difficult decisions.See article at Kobi5.com
Hilcorp Alaska LLC recently began a seismic survey in 400-square-miles of federal waters within Cook Inlet near Homer, Alaska.Read more
The Huge expanse of warm water is about six to seven times the size of Alaska.Continue Reading at NBC News
In the fall of 2014, Nick Bond—research scientist at JISAO and Washington State’s Climatologist—dubbed a patch of unusually warm water off the North American coast ‘The Blob’.Read more
Brace yourselves: it’s looking like the “Blob” is back in town.
Around five years ago, a vast “blob” of warm ocean water was detected in the Pacific Ocean just off the West Coast of the US and Canada.