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WHOI Stories

  • Featured Stories, MIT EAPS, News, WHOI News | January 29, 2018

    Scientists Pinpoint How Ocean Acidification Weakens Coral Skeletons

    The rising acidity of the oceans threatens coral reefs by making it harder for corals to build their skeletons. A new study led by Nathaniel Mollica, an @MIT-@WHOI Joint Program grad student in Oceanography, identifies the details of how ocean acidification affects coral skeletons, allowing scientists to predict more precisely where corals will be more vulnerable.
  • News, WHOI - Oceanus | January 22, 2018

    Up in the Sky!

    Drone finds hot spots to help restore fish to river
  • News, WHOI News | January 22, 2018

    Feeling the Heat in the NW Atlantic

    Rising temperatures along the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean will force American lobsters (H. americanus) farther offshore and into more northern waters, according to a new study led by researchers at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI).
  • Featured Stories, MIT EAPS, News, WHOI - Oceanus | January 22, 2018

    A Double Whammy for Corals

    Global warming and local weather combine to cause massive bleaching
  • News, WHOI - Oceanus | January 22, 2018

    Can Clams and Oysters Help Clean Up Waterways?

    Survey shows potential for shellfish to reduce excess nitrogen
  • Featured Stories, MIT, MIT EAPS, News, WHOI - Oceanus | January 22, 2018

    Taking Earth’s Inner Temperature

    Why the mantle may be hotter than we thought
  • News, WHOI - Oceanus | January 22, 2018

    Re-envisioning Underwater Imaging

    Scientists can zoom into 3-D shipwrecks and seafloor landscapes
  • Featured Stories, News, WHOI - Oceanus | January 22, 2018

    Will Oxygen in the Ocean Continue to Decline?

    New technique measures how fast deoxygenation can happen
  • News, WHOI - Oceanus | January 22, 2018

    Scientists Reveal Secrets of Whales

    Thar she sings!
  • News, WHOI News | January 16, 2018

    Heidi Sosik Selected as a Fellow of The Oceanography Society

    Heidi Sosik, a senior scientist in the Biology Department at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) has been named a 2018 Fellow of The Oceanography Society (TOS). Sosik's accomplishments will be formally recognized on Feb. 13, 2018, during a ceremony at the 2018 Ocean Sciences Meeting in Portland, Oregon.
  • Featured Stories, News, WHOI News | January 10, 2018

    A Close-up Look at a Rare Underwater Eruption

    Expedition to explore the Havre volcano reveals surprising details
  • News, WHOI - Oceanus | January 3, 2018

    Tiny Jellyfish with a Big Sting

    Scientists investigate where toxic invaders came from
  • Featured Stories, News, WHOI News | January 3, 2018

    Scientists Find Surprising Evidence of Rapid Changes in the Arctic

    Scientists have found surprising evidence of rapid climate change in the Arctic: In the middle of the Arctic Ocean near the North Pole, they discovered that the levels of radium-228 have almost doubled over the last decade.
  • News, WHOI News | December 20, 2017

    Moore Foundation Awards $3M to WHOI

    Grant will fund efforts to transform technology development and deployment
  • Featured Stories, News, WHOI - Oceanus | December 12, 2017

    The Young Woman and the Sea

    A conversation with WHOI mooring technician Meghan Donohue
  • Featured Stories, News, WHOI - Oceanus | December 12, 2017

    Aqua Incognita

    The quest to establish outposts in the far reaches of the ocean
  • News, WHOI - Oceanus | December 12, 2017

    Ocean Observatories Initiative

    In a special series of articles, Oceanus magazine explores the Ocean Observatories Initiative and WHOI's role in it.
  • News, WHOI - Oceanus | December 12, 2017

    Pinocchio’s Nose

    Special Series: Ocean Observatories Initiative
  • Featured Stories, News, WHOI - Oceanus | December 12, 2017

    Diving for Data

    Ocean Gliders and Their Pilots Are Helping Scientists Understand the Sea
  • News, WHOI - Oceanus | December 12, 2017

    A Pioneering Vision

    Special Series : Ocean Observatories Initiative
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