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Knorr enjoy a sign of good weather to come while deploying a string
of pumps over the side during a recent GEOTRACES cruise. (Photo by Brett Longworth, Woods Hole
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Program students. Read about path-breaking oceanographic research
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A new study by
a WHOI-led team analyzes levels of radioactivity discharged into the ocean from
the Fukushima Dai-Ichi plant in the first four months after the
in the news:
The Deep-Sea Find that Changed Biology
Science Stereotypes with Science on Ice
Disappearing Eelgrass Called Canary In Declining Salt
On December 7, Joseph Pedlosky (left) and Henry Dick received two of the most prestigious awards offered by the American Geophysical Union.
Since 2001, a set of moored
instruments and repeated research cruises across the Gulf Stream
have helped form an unprecedented view of ocean circulation in part of the
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Director Susan K. Avery and Senior Scientist Susan Humphris on an expedition to
one of the world's most beautiful wildlife sanctuaries on South Georgia
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Beginning January 6, WHOI's Chris
German will lead a team to explore and sample Earth's deepest hydrothermal
vents along the Cayman Rise.
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