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Results: January 1996 to August 2014 > Michael Carlowicz > Tools, Technology & Engineering

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July 31, 2008

Cytobot Gives Early Red Tide Warning

Automated underwater microscope detects unexpected harmful algal bloom

September 22, 2006

On the Trail of Microbes that Cause Seafood Poisoning...

...and other recent fieldwork around the world by WHOI researchers

July 20, 2006

Scientists Gear Up to Launch Ocean Observing Networks

Stations throughout the oceans can monitor conditions and transmit data 24-7

June 19, 2006

A Laser Light in the Ocean Depths

Graduate student works to adapt laser technology to detect chemicals on the seafloor

April 5, 2006

The Hunt for 18° Water

Oceanographers examine “mode waters” that save the signals of past winters

January 11, 2006

Going Wireless in the Deep Blue

Deploying instruments to monitor the ocean is one thing. Getting daily reports from them is another.

March 29, 2005

What Could a Tsunami Network Look Like in the Future?

WHOI engineers develop the next generation of ocean monitoring technologies

March 29, 2005

Building a Tsunami Warning Network

Preparing for the next big wave is only partly about science

January 6, 2005

The New Wave of Coastal Ocean Observing

Shore stations and seafloor nodes provide connections for long-term studies of coastal processes

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