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Results: January 1996 to July 2014 > Michael Carlowicz

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April 5, 2006

The Hunt for 18° Water

Oceanographers examine “mode waters” that save the signals of past winters

March 29, 2006

Caught in the Middle of the Marine Mammal Protection Act

A law designed to protect animals sometimes hinders research that could help them

February 28, 2006

Analyzing Ancient Sediments at Warp Speed

New X-ray fluorescence core scanner at Woods Hole reveals clues to Earth's past climate and history

January 11, 2006

Going Wireless in the Deep Blue

Deploying instruments to monitor the ocean is one thing. Getting daily reports from them is another.

December 21, 2005

WHOI Opens New Research Facilities

Stanley W. Watson Laboratory and Marine Research Facility provide offices and labs for more than 90 employees

December 21, 2005

A Touchstone for Marine Chemists and Students Retires

John Farrington was celebrated by scientists and future scientists

November 18, 2005

Scientists Find a New Twist in How Squids Swim

In real life, squids behave differently than they do in theory

November 10, 2005

'Seasonal Pump' Moves Water Between Ocean and Aquifers

Seawater is drawn underground in winter and flows into ocean in summer

September 1, 2005

An Experiment to Dye For

Researchers trace movement of water using airborne laser

August 27, 2005

An Officer and a Graduate Student

Long-standing MIT/WHOI program offers master's degrees to naval officers

August 26, 2005

Double Duty for Ensign/Student Allison Berg

First recipient of Pittenger Fellowship pursues a degree in oceanography while serving her country

August 26, 2005

Meet the Class of 2005-2007

Who are the Navy officers who study at MIT/WHOI?

August 25, 2005

In and Out of Harm's Way

Shipping lane changes proposed to prevent collisions with whales

August 25, 2005

A Whole New Kettle of Fish

New legislation and task force to explore open-ocean aquaculture

July 15, 2005

Red Tide—Gone for Now, But Back Next Year?

WHOI researchers extend investigations of the Alexandrium bloom of 2005 and look for signs of future trouble

July 11, 2005

The Once and Future Danube River Delta

Past changes in World Heritage site offer lessons for proposed river projects

June 24, 2005

From Ancient Roman Omens, New Data on Solar Activity

A modern analysis of historical texts sheds new light on the seasons of the sun

June 1, 2005

Seeing Red in New England Waters

WHOI researchers detect a massive bloom of algae before it hits the coast

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