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Results: January 1996 to October 2014 > No. 2, Aug. 2006

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September 7, 2006

Legions of Legionella Bacteria

Scientists find a surprising number of microbes in the sea

August 16, 2006

A Journey to the Ocean's Twilight Zone

A conversation with marine biogeochemist Ken Buesseler

August 16, 2006

Swimming in the Rain

Novel untethered vehicle catches 'marine snow' falling through the sea

August 10, 2006

Gone Fish Assessing

Undersea robot swims over rocky road where trawls dare not go

August 4, 2006

Jason Versus the Volcano

Undersea robot provides a rare close-up view of a deep-sea eruption

July 25, 2006

Ocean Microscope Reveals Surprising Abundance of Life

Widespread bacterial colonies may play crucial role in ocean ecosystem

July 20, 2006

Scientists Gear Up to Launch Ocean Observing Networks

Stations throughout the oceans can monitor conditions and transmit data 24-7

July 14, 2006

Voyage Takes a Census of Life in the Sea

Scientists net a wealth of tiny marine animals, including species never seen before

July 7, 2006

A Modest Proposal to Sustain Lobsters and Lobstermen

Relax minimum legal size requirements, but reduce number of traps

June 30, 2006

Transparent Animal May Play Overlooked Role in the Ocean

Swarming by the billions, gelatinous salps transport tons of carbon to the depths

June 26, 2006

New Hybrid Deep-sea Vehicle Is Christened Nereus

Unique underwater vehicle is named in nationwide student contest

June 23, 2006

New WHOI Class Helps Students Communicate with Public

Graduate students learn how to talk the talk when they're not talking with other scientists

June 23, 2006

WHOI President and Director Robert Gagosian Steps Down

James Luyten, executive vice president, becomes acting president & director

June 19, 2006

A Laser Light in the Ocean Depths

Graduate student works to adapt laser technology to detect chemicals on the seafloor

June 14, 2006

The Chicken and the Tern

Why is one bird species much more sensitive to dioxin poisoning?

June 9, 2006

Into the 'Mouth of Hell'

A journey into the crater of an active volcano

June 5, 2006

Abandoned Walrus Calves Reported in the Arctic

Melting sea ice may be forcing mothers to strand their pups in deep water

May 31, 2006

Building a Computer Model to Forecast Red Tides

A variety of variables goes into the mathematical mix that simulates harmful algal blooms

April 27, 2006

Lurking Benignly on the Seafloor, the ‘Yeti’ Crab is Discovered

The white, long-armed, shaggy creature represents an entirely new family of crabs

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