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Volume 35 Issue 1

June 2022

Special Issue on Oceans Across the Solar System

Volume 35 Issue 1 Supplement

March 2022

SUPPLEMENT • New Frontiers in Ocean Exploration: The Ocean Exploration Trust, NOAA Ocean Exploration, and Schmidt Ocean Institute 2021 Field Season

Volume 35 Issue 2


Special Issue on The New Arctic Ocean

Volume 34 Issue 04 Supplement

December 2021

SUPPLEMENT • Frontiers in Ocean Observing: Documenting Ecosystems, Understanding Environmental Changes, Forecasting Hazards

Volume 34 Issue 02

June 2021

Special Issue on the Marine Biodiversity Observation Network: An Observing System for Life in the Sea

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Editor’s Choice
Changing Biogeochemistry of the Arctic Ocean

Changing Biogeochemistry of the Arctic Ocean

The physical system of the Arctic is changing in profound ways, with implications for the transport of nutrients and the internal cycling of material. Read more.

The Dynamics of Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia

The Dynamics of Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia

Coastal upwelling ecosystems are now understood to share a common vulnerability to ocean acidification and hypoxia. Read more.

An Ocean View of the Global Surface Warming Hiatus

An Ocean View of the Global Surface Warming Hiatus

Oceanic changes during the 1998–2012 global warming hiatus are reviewed from different but related perspectives. Read more.

Sustainability in Deep Water

Sustainability in Deep Water

Deep-ocean waters represent over 95% of the volume on Earth that is habitable for animal life as we know it.  Read more.