Biology Research Highlights


WHOI News Releases

Travel Distances of Juvenile Fish Key to Better Conservation

Largest study of larval dispersal to inform optimal sizing and spacing of marine reserves

Some Fish Quickly Adapt to Lethal Levels of Pollution

WHOI scientist helps decode the genetics underlying killifish survival

New AUV Plankton Sampling System Deployed

’SUPR-REMUS,’ coupled with genetic analysis, reveals larval distributions

Ultrasounds for Coral Reefs?

Scientists find new way to assess the health of vulnerable, valuable coastal habitats

New Museum Exhibit Explores Deep Ocean Environment

WHOI and the Ocean Explorium release educational package for digital globes

WHOI Part of the Stantec Team Selected to Lead Major Marine Arctic Ecosystem Study

Team of environmental and social scientists from US and Canada to conduct Beaufort Sea research

WHOI Scientist Collaborates with Falmouth High School Art Students

“Portraits of Antarctica” on display in Redfield Lab

Scientists Test Hearing in Bristol Bay Beluga Whale Population

First hearing study on a healthy wild cetacean population

Acidifying oceans could spell trouble for squid

New study reveals more acid seas could alter early development of Atlantic longfin squid

New Robotic Instruments to Provide Real-Time Data on Gulf of Maine Red Tide

Deployment could lead transformation of toxic HAB monitoring

Experts Call for Network to Monitor Marine Biodiversity

Observations could warn of threats to ecosystems on which humans depend

Genetic Patterns of Deep-Sea Coral Provide Insights into Evolution of Marine Life

Patterns Also Shed Light on How Environmental Disturbances Affect Aquatic Organisms

Innovative Tagging Technique May Help Protect Fish Stocks

Packard Foundation Grant Allows Researchers to Assess Effectiveness of Marine Protected Areas

Explorers to Use New Robotic Vehicles to Hunt for Life and Hydrothermal Vents on Arctic Seafloor

Researchers will probe the Gakkel Ridge during expedition that begins on July 1