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Results: January 1996 to October 2014 > Coastal Science

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June 11, 2010

No Day at the Beach

Student fellows explore the swash zone

August 14, 2009

Noah's Not-so-big Flood

New evidence rebuts controversial theory of Black Sea deluge

November 19, 2008

Shellfish's Mysterious Pathways to Adulthood

A grad student peers into the lives of larvae, before they grow up to be scallops

October 15, 2008

One Man's Swamp Is a Fish's Nursery

Grad student examines otoliths (fish ear bones) to protect critical areas for juvenile coral reef fish

October 6, 2008

Invasion of the 'Alien Vomit'?

A video on a potentially growing threat: sea squirts

October 3, 2008

Are Sea Squirts Crowding Out Scallops?

Invasive species is found on key shellfish habitat: eelgrass

October 18, 2007

Are Pollutants Disrupting Marine Ecosystems?

A WHOI researcher stands up for the spineless invertebrates in coastal waters

July 12, 2007

Following Whales Up a Creek

A conversation with marine mammal biologist Michael Moore

April 23, 2007

Still Toxic After All These Years

Does oil spilled in 1969 still have impacts on wildlife? Ask a fiddler crab.

October 11, 2006

People Around WHOI

August 30, 2006

New 'Eyes' Size Up Scallop Populations

The HabCam undersea camera system can help assess seafloor fish stocks

May 3, 2006

Changing the Course of Rivers and History

Rivers in Pakistan’s Punjab region switched directions

November 10, 2005

'Seasonal Pump' Moves Water Between Ocean and Aquifers

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

October 17, 2005

A Mysterious Disease Is Infecting Northeast Clam Beds

...But a new technique is revealing the secrets of QPX ('Quahog Parasite Unknown')

October 7, 2005

Cold Comfort for Barnacles

Researchers are surprised to find that frozen barnacle larvae can revive

August 18, 2005

At the River's End

WHOI scientists explore the complex dynamics in estuaries

July 11, 2005

The Once and Future Danube River Delta

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

April 7, 2005

Big Trouble from Little Squirts

WHOI scientist investigates a troublesome invasive species

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