Even if we can't capture their energy, these powerful eruptions can teach us about how life may have formed on Earth.
World-record-holding freediver Arnaud Jerald on his breathing techniques and what happens to your mind that far down.
A homemade barometer could revolutionise how we measure climate change.
Deep-sea mountain ranges were once ravaged by intensive fishing. After decades of federal protection, scientists returned to find life.
Scientists found plastics in the guts of amphipods at Challenger Deep, some 10,890 meters below the sea surface.
An ocean expedition near the Baja Peninsula revealed a strange, never-before-seen seascape teeming with life.
This unusually mobile species of sea cucumber has only been captured on film once before, in the Gulf of Mexico.
This underwater microphone is blasting the chatter of whales, sea lions, dolphins, and more.
Anna-Louise Reysenbach is searching the sea floor for clues about life on Earth and beyond.
As sea levels rise, might humans simply go under it?
NOAA gives us an intimate peek into deep sea life with some dramatic music and cheesy commentary.
Ride along with Global Explorer as it films massive carcasses and crabs stuffing their faces.