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Results: January 1996 to November 2015 > Hazards

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March 24, 2006

One of the Greatest Volcanic Shows on Earth

Inside a crater, a scientist seeks clues to the formation of the vast Deccan Traps

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

June 21, 2005

Oceanographic Telecommuting

'Virtual' chief scientist directs a research cruise without leaving land

June 1, 2005

Seeing Red in New England Waters

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

May 26, 2005

Risks and Remedies from the Sea

Scientists team up to study the ocean's effect on health

May 2, 2005

Rapid Response

Scientists scramble for rare opportunity to catch an underwater volcanic eruption in action

March 29, 2005

Throwing DART Buoys into the Ocean

Deep Ocean Assessment and Reporting of Tsunamis (DART) buoys are the foundation of warning network

March 29, 2005

Building a Tsunami Warning Network

Preparing for the next big wave is only partly about science

January 14, 2005

A Fatal Attraction for Harmful Algae

Clay sticks to algae and sinks, offering a potential solution to an expensive and deadly problem

December 22, 2004

Red Tides and Dead Zones

The coastal ocean is suffering from overload of nutrients

November 12, 2004

The Growing Problem of Harmful Algae

Tiny plants pose potent threat to those who live in and eat from the sea

August 3, 2004

Ears in the Ocean

Hydrophones reveal a whole lot of previously undetected seafloor shaking going on

June 30, 2004

Earthshaking Events

New research on land and sea reinvigorates hopes of forecasting where earthquakes are likely to occur

June 22, 2004

Peering into the Crystal Fabric of Rocks

When you get right down to it, earthquakes and volcanoes have atomic-scale causes

March 5, 2004

Listening Closely to 'See' Into the Earth

A new national facility of cutting-edge seafloor seismographs probes Earth's interior

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