PMEL in the News
'Sneaky’ underwater robot spent 18 days recording sea creatures — and noisy humans, too
For 18 days, an underwater robot dived and surfaced and dived and surfaced — some 402 times in all — listening to the ocean’s depths as it traveled hundreds of miles along the continental shelf off the Washington and Oregon coastline. Chris Meinig and Joe Haxel are featured.
Winter Weather Outlook Pt 1
We are well into our fall weather with winter just around the corner, leaving many of us, like we do every year, wondering what we could be in for this season. Nick Bond is interviewed on the Fruit Grower Report.
New marine heat wave known as 'the Blob' spotted again off the West Coast
Whether you want to call it “Blob 2.0" or more scientifically put, a marine heat wave, is back on the West Coast. Nick Bond is quoted.
C changing across globe, India not left out’
The rainfall sample across the globe is altering due to the hasty warming of the Indo-Pacific Ocean and the modifications have brought a decline in rainfall patterns in north India too, a look said on Wednesday. Michael McPhaden is quoted.
Warming Indo-Pacific Ocean Could Disrupt Global Rainfall Patterns
A new study led by Indian scientists has reported that rapid warming of the Indo-Pacific Ocean may be responsible for changing rainfall patterns in many parts of the globe, including over India. Michael McPhaden is quoted.