University of Washington scientists are studying swirling whirlpools in the Sargasso Sea via a pioneering experiment that repeatedly sent profilers deep into the ocean and back to the surface in unison.
University of Washington engineers and scientists are one step closer to deploying sophisticated equipment that will collect important information about ocean properties like currents and temperature and send the information via the Internet in real time to scientists around the world.
Axial Seamount, an undersea volcano, gave warning signals hours before its eruption, scientists say in three papers published this week in the journal Nature Geoscience.
A new UW club has qualified to participate in an international underwater robot competition and has designed its robot to be used by UW oceanographers in the field.
The University of Washington is offering three new undergraduate summer certificate programs this year covering topics including business essentials, database management and localization.
UW researchers have discovered a problem with a climate record that is often cited by climate change skeptics.
Learn more about how scientists use satellites to study atmospheric temperature and why this new research is important.« Previous Page