March 3, 2021 By Moises Valasquez-Manoff and Jeremy White The New York Times
The warming atmosphere is causing an arm of the powerful Gulf Stream to weaken, some scientists fear.
October 13, 2020 By Nicola Jones Yale Environment 360
With oceans absorbing more than 90 percent of global warming, marine heatwaves are becoming hotter and larger and are lasting longer. Scientists say the trend has major ecological consequences, from altering fish and plant populations to forcing whales into hazardous waters.
September 24, 2020 By Henry Fountain The New York Times
The “blob” of hotter ocean water that killed sea lions and other marine life in 2014 and 2015 may become permanent.
May 25, 2020 By Nicola Jones Hakai Magazine
For those who have braved swimming in British Columbia’s spectacular, glacier-fed fjords, “warm” is probably not a word that springs to mind. But at least four of British Columbia’s fjords are real hotspots for climate change. Since the 1950s, they’ve warmed up to six times faster than the rest of the ocean, according to new data.