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Results: January 1996 to November 2014 > Ocean Life > Amy Nevala

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April 3, 2009

Jason Meets the Carnivorous Sea Squirt

Expedition to the Tasman Fracture finds unknown species

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

April 10, 2008

Happy as a (Newly Discovered) Clam

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

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

October 11, 2007

Put the D-tag on the Manatee

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

June 20, 2007

What Does It Take To Break a Whale?

Stress tests on whale bones aim to help endangered species

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

August 23, 2006

Lullaby for Larvae

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

July 7, 2006

A Modest Proposal to Sustain Lobsters and Lobstermen

Relax minimum legal size requirements, but reduce number of traps

April 27, 2006

Lurking Benignly on the Seafloor, the ‘Yeti’ Crab is Discovered

The white, long-armed, shaggy creature represents an entirely new family of crabs

January 20, 2006

To Find Whales, Follow Their Food

WHOI biologist employs an array of tools to reveal right whale feeding habits and habitats

October 24, 2005

Scientific (and Surfing) Safari

On and off the job, a MIT/WHOI graduate student displays his passion for the ocean

September 19, 2005

Big Whale, Big Sharks, Big Stink

R/V Tioga sent into action to perform whale necropsy at sea

July 8, 2005

Settling on the Seafloor

Deep in the ocean, larvae search for 'home, sweet home'

June 28, 2005

On the Seafloor, a Parade of Roses

A third generation of scientists finds the third generation of hydrothermal vent sites

April 7, 2005

Big Trouble from Little Squirts

WHOI scientist investigates a troublesome invasive species

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