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Vol. 49, No. 2, May 2012

 Volume 49, Number 2, May 2012 RMS Titanic (100 Years Later) & Fukushima (1 Year Later)

RMS Titanic, 100 Years Later

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Features

Dispatches

Are Jellyfish Populations Increasing?

Are Jellyfish Populations Increasing?

... and other WHOI research news

 To Catch a Hurricane

To Catch a Hurricane

Makeshift devices collect sand transported by storm

Student at Work

 The Scientist Who Stays Out in the Cold

The Scientist Who Stays Out in the Cold

MIT/WHOI graduate student studies ice in a warming world

Ocean Technology

Marine Microbes vs. Cystic Fibrosis

Marine Microbes vs. Cystic Fibrosis

Scientist seeks medicines from nature

A Conversation With: Hauke Kite-Powell

Where Will We Get Our Seafood?

Where Will We Get Our Seafood?

Unlike the rest of the world, the U.S. has not embraced aquaculture

Around WHOI

 A Taste of Oceanography

A Taste of Oceanography

Programs give young students ocean science experience

Cape-Able Workers Build Deep-Sea Devices

Cape-Able Workers Build Deep-Sea Devices

WHOI scientist teams with local organization for the disabled

Adieu to the Research Vessel Oceanus

A video farewell to a stalwart ship and its dedicated crew

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