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Vol. 53, No. 1, Winter 2017

Ocean Observatories Initiative

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Features

Research

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Did Dispersants Help Responders Breathe Easier?

Chemical spray in Deepwater Horizon improved air quality at surface

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Tiny Jellyfish with a Big Sting

Scientists investigate where toxic invaders came from

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Can Clams and Oysters Help Clean Up Waterways?

Survey shows potential for shellfish to reduce excess nitrogen

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Will Oxygen in the Ocean Continue to Decline?

New technique measures how fast deoxygenation can happen

Technology

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New Air-Launched Devices Help Study Hurricanes

ALAMO floats collect key ocean data to improve storm forecasts

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Up in the Sky!

Drone finds hot spots to help restore fish to river

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Re-envisioning Underwater Imaging

Scientists can zoom into 3-D shipwrecks and seafloor landscapes

Students

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A Double Whammy for Corals

Global warming and local weather combine to cause massive bleaching

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Eavesdropping on Shrimp's Snap Chat

Tiny animals dominate the undersea soundscape

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How Do Fish Find Their Way?

Hatched in the ocean, larvae may use sound to settle on reefs

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