Even if we can't capture their energy, these powerful eruptions can teach us about how life may have formed on Earth.
“It looks like the majority of these organisms are living at energy regimes that are below what we thought was even capable of maintenance—just staying alive.”
An ancient sediment core revealed a shocking discovery: pollen and spores, indicating a long-lost rainforest that was shrouded in perpetual darkness for months at a time.
Scientists were investigating the cause of "pockmarks" on the seafloor when they made an unsettling discovery: thousands of mini-craters, apparently formed by garbage.
“A decade ago, we had no idea that the rocks beneath our feet could be so vastly inhabited.”
The bonnethead shark's diet is about 60% seagrass according to new research.
As global demand for metals and minerals continues to skyrocket, mining companies are looking to strike it rich at the bottom of the sea — and environmental groups are trying to stop them.
Montreal imprint Infinite Machine delivers a plush new production with a percussive bite.
Montreal label Infinite Machine is soaring into the end of the year with a tranquil new artist EP release.
Life finds a way, under the sea.
The Canadian outpost reflects on three years and over 40 releases.