Back to Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution's Homepage

Archives

Refine by date:

Years back to 1996

From:

To:

Refine by:

Topic

Special Series

Author

Issue

Refine by date:

Years back to 1996

From:

To:

[Clear]

Results: January 1996 to September 2014 > Amy Nevala

21-40 of 64 results

October 3, 2008

Are Sea Squirts Crowding Out Scallops?

Invasive species is found on key shellfish habitat: eelgrass

September 23, 2008

Historical Formulas Sealed Behind a Wall

... and other news around the WHOI campus

June 11, 2008

Knorr Skirts Ice to Search for 'Arctic Haze'

WHOI research ship helps track pollutants and their impacts near the Pole

June 4, 2008

She's Got the Whole Fleet in Her Hands

A conversation with WHOI ship scheduler Liz Caporelli

April 10, 2008

Happy as a (Newly Discovered) Clam

Want to find something on the seafloor? Engineer Tom Crook's your man.

February 29, 2008

New System to Take Long Seafloor Cores Is Ready to Go

Tested at sea, the 'Long Corer' restores U.S. capacity to extract cores up to 45 meters (150 feet) long.

February 15, 2008

The Sound of Sonar and the Fury about Whale Strandings

Navy and scientists join efforts to learn more about marine mammals' response to sonar

January 29, 2008

WHOI Ship Hunts for Revolutionary War Wreck

A research vessel joins the search for John Paul Jones's famous ship

January 11, 2008

Proposals Emerge to Transfer Excess Carbon into the Ocean

Increasing urgency about climate change has spurred schemes that may seem radical

December 7, 2007

Going for the GUSTO (Mooring)

WHOI engineers and the Oceanus crew rescue a wounded buoy

November 20, 2007

Plumbing the Plume That Created Samoa

A graduate student explores the magmatic origins of islands

October 11, 2007

Put the D-tag on the Manatee

Digital device is enlisted to help prevent boat collisions with endangered species

August 2, 2007

A 3-D Underwater Soundscape

A large-scale experiment sheds light on sound in the coastal ocean

June 20, 2007

What Does It Take To Break a Whale?

Stress tests on whale bones aim to help endangered species

May 15, 2007

Rescue Mission on the Seafloor

Could Jason recover instruments stuck to the seafloor by newly erupted lava?

February 16, 2007

Would a Hagfish By Any Other Name Smell as Sweet?

A new species, Eptatretus strickrotti, is named for the Alvin pilot who captured it

October 11, 2006

People Around WHOI

August 23, 2006

Lullaby for Larvae

A WHOI biologist becomes a midwife for Antarctic deep-sea corals

21-40 of 64 results

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution is the world's leading non-profit oceanographic research organization. Our mission is to explore and understand the ocean and to educate scientists, students, decision-makers, and the public.
© Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Online edition: ISSN 1559-1263. All rights reserved