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Results: January 1996 to October 2014 > Kate Madin

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August 13, 2010

Salps Catch the Ocean's Tiniest Organisms

Oh, what remarkably built internal mucus nets they weave

July 16, 2010

A Torrent of Crabs Running to the Sea

A student uncovers the natural history of a little-known species

May 13, 2010

New Head of WHOI Fleet Comes Aboard

... and other news from Around WHOI

April 16, 2010

Inside the Open Ocean

An audio slideshow on blue water diving

April 9, 2010

How to Survive a Tsunami

New Web site offers advice to coastal residents and visitors

March 31, 2010

Scuba Gear and Origami

A conversation with diving safety officer Terry Rioux

December 22, 2009

Should We Inject Carbon Dioxide into the Deep Ocean?

Study finds that some seafloor life may be harmed by high CO2 levels

December 4, 2009

Ocean Acidification: A Risky Shell Game

How will climate change affect the shells and skeletons of sea life?

October 16, 2009

Voyage to the Remote Phoenix Islands

Eight atolls in the Pacific represent the world's largest marine protected area

September 18, 2009

The WHOI Marine Mammal Center Is Born ...

... and other stories from around WHOI

August 21, 2009

A Diversity of Geoscientists

New Woods Hole program encourages underrepresented groups

March 27, 2009

Supreme Court Weighs in on Whales and Sonar

Research offers best way to balance needs of marine mammals and the Navy

March 13, 2009

Creatures of the Celebes Sea

An expedition to an unexplored sea seeks new species

January 14, 2009

Turtle Skulls Prove to be Shock-Resistant

Could sea turtles help us design better helmets and body armor for soldiers?

September 17, 2008

The Spiral Secret to Mammal Hearing

... and other recent research findings by WHOI scientists

July 17, 2008

Seabirds Use Their Sense of Smell to Find Food

The not-so-sweet smell of a good meal in the ocean is a gas called dimethylsulfide

June 20, 2008

Will Climate Change Disrupt the Arctic Ecosystem?

WHOI biologist led ambitious expedition to the Bering Sea aboard the icebreaker Healy

May 19, 2008

Pilot Whales the 'Cheetahs of the Deep Sea'

Researchers reveal first glimpse of whales' high-speed, deep-diving hunts for squid

February 7, 2008

Scientists Investigate Mysterious Duck Die-offs

Droves of eider ducks have died in five mass mortalities since 2006 on Cape Cod

January 23, 2008

Melting Ice Threatens Polar Bears' Survival

Decision to put bears on federal endangered species list is imminent

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