Vol. 52, No. 2, Spring 2017
A Conversation with WHOI's Caroline Ummenhofer
Fresh Water Below the Seafloor?
Scientists search for aquifers trapped under the ocean
Blue Holes and Hurricanes
Geological marvels are gold mines for climate history
Illuminating the Ocean with Sound
The Amazing Acquired Phototroph!
Stealing parts from their prey, these hunters turn into farmers
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Flowing waters run deep with clues to Earth's mountains and climate
Leaf waxes buried in Lake Titicaca holds clues to once and future climates
Flowing down rivers are clues to how our whole planet works
Fjords may link warming oceans and melting glaciers
Fast-draining lakes atop Greenland ice sheet could accelerate sea level rise
Scientists investigate the avalanche of winds known as piteraqs
Student seeks clues to conserve beleaguered reefs
How will corals fare in a changing ocean?
Student examines leaks from a great deep-sea current
Scientists investigate how and where these dire beach hazards occur
Remote island lies in a strategic spot for research
Scientists reveal the hidden movements of particles and chemicals in the sea
Tiny chemical compounds help choreograph a planet-size dance
Scientist explores mysterious food-borne illness: ciguatera
Growing marine bacteria in the laboratory is a challenge
Some geology naturally requires biology
Chemical compounds are the currency in ocean ecosystems
Novel experiments probe how life thrives at the seafloor
An atomic odyssey from the Great Calcite Belt to a data point
Engineers seek to correct a curious deficiency
Can we mobilize a navy of scuba divers as citizen scientists?
A student’s quest to learn the origin of our planet’s water