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Results: January 1996 to May 2016 > No. 2, Dec. 2004

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June 1, 2005

Sensors to Make Sense of the Sea

An expanding variety of sensors is changing they way we monitor dynamic ocean systems

May 25, 2005

Down to the Sea on (Gene) Chips

The genomics revolution is transforming the way scientists can study life in the oceans

April 25, 2005

Voyages into the Antarctic Winter

Pioneering cruises into the pack ice of the Southern Ocean reveal secrets of its fertile ecosystem

April 19, 2005

How to See What Whales Hear

Biomedical imaging reveals new insights into marine mammal ears

March 16, 2005

Run Deep, But Not Silent

A new tagging device lets scientists 'go along for the ride' into the underwater world of whales

March 16, 2005

Playing Tag with Whales

Engineers overcome nightmarish specifications to create a dream instrument

March 11, 2005

Little Things Matter A Lot

Overlooked in the ocean until the 1970s, cyanobacteria are among Earth's most important organisms

March 8, 2005

The Deeps of Time in the Depths of the Ocean

Discoveries of unusual marine microbes are radically changing our views about the evolution of life

February 15, 2005

Tracking Fish to Save Them

The Reef Fish Connectivity and Conservation Initiative

February 7, 2005

Coral Gardens in the Dark Depths

Scientists seek to learn more about these abundant, fragile, and now-threatened communities

February 1, 2005

Do Marine Protected Areas Really Work?

Georges Bank experiment offers new insights on age-old questions about closing areas to fishing

January 19, 2005

Can We Catch More Fish and Still Preserve the Stock?

Mathematical analyses offer new insights into age-old controversies on fishing restriction

November 4, 2004

Scientists Muster to Help Right Whales

With time running out, an ambitious research plan is launched for an endangered species

November 3, 2004

Whither the North Atlantic Right Whale?

Scientists explore many facets of whales' lives to help species on the edge of extinction

October 25, 2004

Revealing the Ocean's Invisible Abundance

Scientists develop new instruments to study microbes at the center of the ocean food web

October 15, 2004

Shedding Light on Light in the Ocean

New research is illuminating an optically complex environment

September 15, 2004

Life in the Arctic Ocean

A unique, complex food web is fashioned by distinctive species and environmental factors

August 27, 2004

The Secret Lives of Fish

Scientists learn to read the 'diary' recorded in the ear bones of fish

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