PMEL in the News
Scientists in focus - Lyman and Johnson explore the rapidly warming oceans
With 93% of global warming going into the oceans, Lyman and Johnson's research is critical to climate change.
Robotic wave gliders gathering data in PWS
NOAA studying changing water parameters using unmanned vessels to study ocean acidification in Prince William Sound.
Sea Change: Vital part of food web dissolving
Scientists have documented that souring seas caused by CO2 emissions are dissolving pteropods, a key marine food source. The research raises questions about what other sea life might be affected.
Researchers examine glaciers' effects on ocean acidification in Prince William Sound
Three unmanned vessels called “gliders” and a tour boat equipped with special scientific equipment will be cruising Prince William Sound this summer gathering data about acidification and the effects of glacial melt on it.
Earthquake, tsunami early warning system could protect Northern California coast
Scientists in Washington say a lesser-known fault off the Northern Pacific coast has the potential to cause massive destruction. John Blackstone looks at the race to protect people from seismic disasters.