Ocean & Climate Change Institute
From Oceanus Magazine
December 14, 2011
Why do cetacean crooners change their tunes?
May 13, 2011
Latest Ice-Tethered Profiler installed to monitor polar conditions
January 19, 2011
The polar region's distinctive feature also makes it hard to study: ice
October 29, 2010
A video documents expedition to use robots under Arctic ice
July 1, 2010
A conversation with oceanographer Ray Schmitt
May 28, 2010
Are ocean currents hastening the retreat of Greenland's glaciers?
December 4, 2009
How will climate change affect the shells and skeletons of sea life?
October 22, 2009
Audio Slideshow: An MIT/WHOI student examines a fascinating natural process in Oman
March 4, 2009
Scientists discover a surprising plumbing system for glaciers
March 4, 2009
Glacial expeditions uncover a trigger that speeds the flow of ice to the sea
January 11, 2008
Increasing urgency about climate change has spurred schemes that may seem radical
January 10, 2008
Profits, pollution, and politics all will play roles in ocean iron fertilization
January 9, 2008
Other lines of evidence inform the debate on ocean iron fertilization
January 8, 2008
The uncertainties and unintended consequences of manipulating ecosystems
January 7, 2008
Getting carbon into the ocean is one thing. Keeping it there is another.
December 7, 2007
WHOI engineers and the Oceanus crew rescue a wounded buoy
November 13, 2007
Should we add iron to the sea to help reduce greenhouse gases in the air?
October 31, 2007
Line W moorings monitor an intersection where key climate-influencing currents converge
October 25, 2007
Ice-Tethered Profilers go with the floe, relaying daily data from the ice-covered ocean
September 24, 2007
A conversation with WHOI physical oceanographer Amy Bower
September 6, 2007
Is the Atlantic's circulation slowing down? Moorings in rough waters monitor the ocean's pulse.
May 4, 2007
Can “sticky” isotopes help us measure how water flows deep in the ocean?
April 20, 2007
The deeper you can sample the seafloor, the further back in time you can go
April 5, 2007
Can the shells of microscopic organisms be used to measure past deep-ocean temperatures?
March 27, 2007
A mooring in the remote Hudson Strait offers a finger on the pulse of unfolding Arctic change
March 9, 2007
Growing a little each day, coral skeletons keep a daily archive of past ocean temperatures
March 2, 2007
The movement and transformation of carbon in the ocean have large climate implications
February 8, 2007
Are changes in wintertime climate random or predictable?
November 29, 2006
How much excess carbon dioxide can the ocean hold and how will it affect marine life?
October 20, 2006
The skeletons of corals on the seafloor preserve records of how ocean circulation has changed
January 23, 2006
And will polar changes trigger climate shifts beyond the Arctic?
October 5, 2005
By the end of the century, the land and ocean may reach their capacity to absorb greenhouse gas from the atmosphere
September 14, 2005
A less-salty North Atlantic Ocean could cool northern winters