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Vol. 47, No. 3, Dec. 2009

Animals, vehicles, and minerals (and oil seeps and shipwrecks) on the seafloor

Animals, vehicles, and minerals on the seafloor

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Features

Research News

Floats Reveal Unknown Ocean Pathways

Floats Reveal Unknown Ocean Pathways

The North Atlantic's circulation is more complex than previously thought

 Voyage to the Remote Phoenix Islands

Voyage to the Remote Phoenix Islands

Eight atolls in the Pacific represent the world's largest marine protected area

Having Their Phosphorus and Eating It Too

Having Their Phosphorus and Eating It Too

Plankton's unusual ability may give it an ecological edge

Exploring an Icy, Invisible Realm in Antarctica

Exploring an Icy, Invisible Realm in Antarctica

Audio Slideshow: Researchers search for tiny marine life at the heart of a fertile ecosystem

Student at Work

dye shed light

Dye Sheds Light on Jet-Propelled Salps

A graduate student reveals locomotion in the ocean

A Conversation With...

Miles Under the Sea, Hanging on by Hair-Thin Fiber

Miles Under the Sea, Hanging on by Hair-Thin Fiber

A conversation with WHOI engineer Andy Bowen

Don Peters

Floating Without Imploding

A conversation with WHOI engineer Don Peters

Let There Be Light in the Dark Depths

Let There Be Light in the Dark Depths

A conversation with WHOI engineer Jonathan Howland

Armed and Dexterous

Armed and Dexterous

A conversation with WHOI engineer Matt Heintz

2,000 Batteries Under the Sea

2,000 Batteries Under the Sea

A conversation with WHOI engineer Daniel Gomez-Ibanez

Around WHOI

2009 summer student fellows

A Summer of Science on the Sea

WHOI Summer Student Fellowships offer a taste of research life

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