Sediment runoff from heavy rains shows up as lighter streaks and swirls in the water around New Zealand's Cook Strait.
We imagine the ocean as having high tides and low tides, water that comes in and out in waves. Beyond that, how does water actually move around the world? What’s that flow look like? | Machinimania
Mitad del mundo de día y la otra mitad de noche
One in every 15 people on the planet - around 500 million people - call river deltas home. A delta in Bijagos archipelago, West Africa Picture: SPL / Barcroft Media
Fiji Reef The Cakaulevu Reef on Fiji's northern shore shows up in this rare cloudless shot captured by Aqua on July 21, 2011.
I have fond memories of learning geography in seventh grade. My teacher had us memorize all the countries on each continent and I looked fo...