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The Antikythera Mechanism and the Ship Wreck

BBC Radio "Science in Action"

Toxic algae blooms in over 40 California waterways set record for the highest count in state history


Underwater gliders could improve hurricane predictions

The Weather Network

Greek shipwreck excavation yields skeleton of ancient mariner, thousands of artifacts

Chicago Tribune

SPURS-2 Initial Results

NASA Earth Observatory (blog)

Hurricane Date From the Depths

The Weather Channel

Melissa Omand's clever tech follows the fate of ocean carbon

Science News

Human Remains Found at Ancient Roman-Era Shipwreck

The New York Times

Ancient Skeleton Found on Famed Antikythera Shipwreck

Live Science

A Coral Symphony - Sounds Reveal Health Of Reefs

The Falmouth Enterprise

Scientists uncovered a skeleton from the ancient world's most famous - and mysterious -shipwreck

The Washington Post

Ancient Skeleton at Famous Shipwreck Could Be Tested for DNA

Popular Mechanics

Harnessing Energy From The Sea

The Falmouth Enterprise

2,000-year-old shipwreck releases human remains from watery grave


2,000-Year-Old Skeleton Discovered In Ancient Greek Shipwreck


Human skeleton found on famed Antikythera shipwreck


Ancient skeleton may reveal secrets of Antikythera shipwreck

The Christian Science Monitor

Human Remains Recovered at Greece's Antikythera Shipwreck


DNA from the deep? Antikythera shipwreck yields ancient human bones

The Guardian

Woods Hole discovery could provide insight into life 2,100 years ago

Boston Globe

2,000-year-old human skeleton pulled from the shipwreck where the Antikythera mechanism was discovered

International Business Times UK

Greek shipwreck bones can build ancient mariner's profile

Associated Press - The Big Story

'Shark Tank'-type process boon for WHOI scientists

Cape Cod Times

LEATHERBACK RESEARCH WHOI scientists tracking leatherbacks capitalize on moment

Cape Cod Times

Scientists eye global warming's role in severe storms

CBS Evening News

World Leaders Meet to Protect Oceans

Scientific American