From Oceanus Magazine
Chemical spray in Deepwater Horizon improved air quality at surface
NATO seeks advice to avoid collateral environmental damage
Did dispersants help microbes break down oil?
An armada of floats reveals unknown pathways in the deep
Tracking where and how oil traveled in the deep ocean isn't easy
WHOI scientists explore impacts of Deepwater Horizon
Does out of sight mean into the air or into fish?
What was that odd flotsam that appeared after the Gulf oil spill?
Technique detects the multitude of chemical compounds in oil
Audio slideshow: A three-day, 500-mile quest for tarballs
Scientists use a novel method to measure rate of Deepwater Horizon oil spewing into the Gulf
In a tense overnight mission, scientists grab oil from the deep
Some hydrocarbons from the oil spill lingered in the depths
Do microscopic marine animals help bacteria degrade oil?
Does the Gulf oil spill threaten vital seafloor communities?
Did oil-eating microbes deplete oxygen in the Gulf of Mexico?
Scientists investigate genes activated by contaminants
Finding the location shifting Gulf Loop Current was critical
New, highly sensitive method can track dispersant in Gulf of Mexico
WHOI devices create ways to see tiny things in a big ocean
Oil naturally leaking into the ocean offers a 'laboratory' to study accidential spills
WHOI chemist issues warning before 'pom-pom' method becomes standard practice
Does oil spilled in 1969 still have impacts on wildlife? Ask a fiddler crab.
Spills on WHOI's shores set the stage for advances in mitigating and remediating oil spills
Tracking the sources and impacts of oil pollution in the marine environment