Deep Ocean

The deep sea is broadly defined as the ocean depth where light begins to fade, at an approximate depth of 200 metres (656 feet) or the point of transition from continental shelves to continental slopes.

Read more in the app

Intense Heatwaves Persist Far Longer in The Deep Ocean, Scientists Find

Antarctic currents supplying 40% of world's deep ocean with nutrients and oxygen slowing dramatically

Pacific garbage patch providing a deep ocean home for coastal species

Deep ocean currents around Antarctica headed for collapse, study finds

Deep ocean currents around Antarctica headed for collapse, study finds

Deep Ocean Fish Will Likely Decrease in Size With Climate Warming

Hydrothermal Vents Discovered To Be a Source of Black Carbon in the Deep Ocean

Why microbes in the deep ocean live without sunlight

To Save the Deep Ocean, We Should Mine the Moon

Water World: Astronomers Discover an Extrasolar World That May Be Entirely Covered in a Deep Ocean

Surprise Discovery: Sleeping Giant Could End Deep Ocean Life

Sleeping giant could end deep ocean life

The Deep Ocean Might Store Way Less Carbon Than We Hoped

New study using non-destructive 3D imaging technique suggests that an ancestor of vampire squids was an active hunter. This is in contrast to its modern relative which is adapted to a low energy lifestyle in the deep ocean.

This Ancient Vampire of The Deep Ocean Really Sucked

Deep ocean warming as climate changes

Temperature Records and Chemical “Tracers” Show Deep Ocean Warming As Climate Changes

Deep-Ocean Cooling May Have Offset Global Warming Until 1990

Mercury is accumulating in deep-ocean trenches

Deep Ocean Pollution: The Unseen Plastic Problem