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  • WHOI - Oceanus | August 8, 2016

    The Quest for the Moho

    Between Earth's crust and mantle lies a mysterious boundary
  • MIT Sea Grant | August 7, 2016

    MIT Sea Grant Seminar Thursday August 18th from 12:00-1:30 – Dr. Bob Chen: Satellite Monitoring of Boston Harbor Water Quality

    Bob Chen from UMass Boston's School for the Environment will be speaking about how integrating remote sensing into water quality monitoring in the future will enhance our ability to manage our valuable coastal resources in a more resilient, sustainable manner.
  • Featured Stories, MIT, News, WHOI | August 3, 2016

    The New York Times Follows Young Ocean Scientists Training in New England Waters

    New York Times Science reporter Nicholas St. Fleur joins a crew of young marine scientists as they train with the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) aboard the R/V Atlantis for the second leg of a 2-week research cruise. Throughout the week, St. Fleur will be reporting live on Facebook on the team’s missions, the vessel and their discoveries happening off of New England’s eastern seaboard.
  • WHOI - Oceanus | August 1, 2016

    Ocean Observatories System Is Up and Running

    WHOI plays major role in creating 'transformative' national research effort
  • MIT Sea Grant | July 31, 2016

    MIT Sea Grant bids farewell to former Director Caption (Ret.) Dean Alden Horn, USN

    Captain Dean Alden Horn, USN retired, Director of MIT Sea Grant College program from 1976-1982, passed away last month in North Carolina where he had lived for the past 25 years.
  • MIT Sea Grant | July 31, 2016

    MIT Sea Grant UROP students build an ROV – Alicia Cabrera-Mino and Kyubin Lee

    Interns Alicia Cabrera-Mino, a senior at MIT in mechanical engineering, and Kyubin Lee, a sophomore at MIT, are learning more about ocean engineering with the MIT Sea Grant College Program.
  • MITgcm News | July 29, 2016

    Reversing the Ionian

    The driving mechanisms behind the decadal reversal of the Ionian Sea upper layer circulation recently sparked a considerable discussion in the Mediterranean scientific community. A new paper by Marco Reale uses MITgcm to explore.
  • WHOI News | July 28, 2016

    WHOI Announces 2016 Ocean Science Journalism Fellows

    Seven writers, radio, and multimedia science journalists from the U.S., England, and India have been selected to participate in the competitive Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) Ocean Science Journalism Fellowship program.
  • Featured Stories, MIT, News | July 27, 2016

    The Third Annual Meeting of the Ozone and Climate Project

    Oceanographers, marine biogeochemists, atmospheric scientists and climatologists from across the world converged on MIT for the third annual meeting of the Ozone and Climate Project, which aims to understand the Antarctic ozone hole’s impact on Antarctica and the Southern Ocean, and its importance in the global picture of climate change.
  • MIT, News, WHOI | July 27, 2016

    Space Rocks Reveal How Earth Got Its Oceans

    MIT-WHOI Joint Program graduate student Adam Sarafian talks about his research into the origin of Earth's oceans.
  • WHOI News | July 27, 2016

    WHOI is a ‘Rising Star’ in Research Performance

    The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) was named one of the top 25 institutions in North America in the Nature Index 2016 Rising Stars, which identifies the countries and institutions that have significantly increased their research studies published in high-quality research journals.
  • MIT Sea Grant | July 24, 2016

    MIT Sea Grant Student Explores Eelgrass – Megan Fahey

    Megan Fahey, an animal science student at the University of Vermont, is spending her summer in the field with MIT Sea Grant College Program research scientist Carolina Bastidas, doing marine research and learning more about coastal habitats.
  • MIT Sea Grant | July 20, 2016

    MIT Sea Grant UROP Student Investigates Invasive Species – Christina Rossitto

    Christina Rossitto, an MIT sophomore studying biological engineering, is evaluating competition between marine invasive and native species with MIT Sea Grant for the summer.
  • MIT Sea Grant | July 19, 2016

    Changing Habitats: Settlement of Non-Native Marine Species

    Nonnative species cause alteration of habitats and biodiversity with detrimental economic impacts. MIT Sea Grant College Program is exploring the abundances of these species in New England to improve our understanding of how nonnative species change ecosystem dynamics.
  • WHOI - Oceanus | July 19, 2016

    Signs of Big Change in the Arctic

    A once-predictable system shifts out of balance
  • MIT Sea Grant | July 17, 2016

    MIT Sea Grant Science Communication Intern – Morgan O’Hanlon

    Morgan O’Hannlon, a rising sophomore, will spend the summer with MIT Sea Grant, as a communications intern as part of the Boston University Research, Education, and Communication of Science (BURECS) program.
  • MIT Sea Grant | July 17, 2016

    MIT Sea Grant Science Communication Intern – Nicole Mis

    Nicole Mis, a sophomore at Boston University, joins MIT Sea Grant for the summer as a communications intern, focusing on integrating climate science research with education, outreach and communication.
  • WHOI - Oceanus | July 12, 2016

    No Stone Unturned

    'Ear stones' provide clues to help restore river herring.
  • MIT News | June 30, 2016

    Microscale marine interactions may shape critical carbon cycles

    New research finds interactions between microorganisms and marine particles may have significant effects on oceanic carbon cycling.
  • MITgcm News | June 30, 2016

    Summing Up Southern Ocean Upwelling

    This month we spotlight work using MITgcm to better understand how upwelling associated with the Antarctic Circumpolar Current connects with atmospheric CO2 concentrations.
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