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Results: January 1996 to September 2014 > Kate Madin

21-40 of 88 results

June 25, 2012

Brown Tides and Redfielders

Scientists probe the inner workings of harmful algae

April 30, 2012

Coral Sanctuaries in a Warming World?

Change in equatorial current may slow warming near small islands

April 4, 2012

Are Jellyfish Populations Increasing?

... and other WHOI research news

March 29, 2012

A Taste of Oceanography

Programs give young students ocean science experience

November 4, 2011

Into the Dark and Ice

First winter voyage to Chukchi and Bering Seas launched

September 29, 2011

Cape-Able Workers Build Deep-Sea Devices

WHOI scientist teams with local organization for the disabled

September 21, 2011

Where Will We Get Our Seafood?

Unlike the rest of the world, the U.S. has not embraced aquaculture

August 11, 2011

The Ghost Mooring

WHOI engineers find equipment lost in the Antarctic a decade ago

June 30, 2011

Scientific Diving: The Benefits of Being There

Audio slideshows highlight how scuba extends researchers reach into the ocean

June 30, 2011

Shallow Water Diving

June 2, 2011

All the Pretty Jellyfish

Video captures majestic migrations of Mastigias

May 13, 2011

Another Piece in the Arctic Puzzle

Latest Ice-Tethered Profiler installed to monitor polar conditions

April 8, 2011

Does Oil Affect Animals' Cellular Machinery?

Scientists investigate genes activated by contaminants

January 26, 2011

After the Oil Spill, Finding a Drop in the Ocean

New, highly sensitive method can track dispersant in Gulf of Mexico

December 17, 2010

What's Living in the Ocean?

Ten-year Census of Marine Life discovers wealth of new species and explores biodiversity

December 3, 2010

New Ways to Analyze Ocean Imagery

... and other news from around WHOI

November 19, 2010

Scientists Use "ESP" to Track Harmful Algae

New Environmental Sample Processor could transform ocean monitoring

November 10, 2010

Are Whales 'Shouting' to be Heard?

Whale calls get louder as noise levels rise in the ocean

September 17, 2010

Tracking a Trail of Oil Droplets

WHOI devices create ways to see tiny things in a big ocean

September 9, 2010

Cold-water Diving

An audio slideshow on going to extremes for research

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