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Results: January 1996 to November 2014 > Kristen M. Kusek

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February 20, 2009

As the World Turns and the Oceans Flow

In his lab, Jack Whitehead gets to the essence of complex phenomena

March 13, 2008

Knorr Shoots the Moon (Pool) to Drill for Coral

Coral cores offer an unprecedented record of the rise and fall of Earth's sea level

December 13, 2007

Robot Paints Stunning Map of Deep-sea Volcano

Sonar images reveal submerged Pacific Ocean volcano in glorious detail

November 6, 2007

Coral Catastrophe on the Corner Rise Seamounts

Fishing trawlers likely caused extensive damage to deep-sea coral communities

October 4, 2007

Microbes That 'Eat' Natural Gas

Scientists identify bacteria that convert chemicals in surprising ways

September 14, 2007

New Wrinkles in the Fabric of the Seafloor

An overlooked seafloor feature may have a key role in the formation of new ocean crust

April 12, 2007

A Ridge Too Slow?

WHOI team collaborates on Chinese discovery expedition in Indian Ocean

February 21, 2007

Young Pup Teaches an Old Robot New Tricks

MIT/WHOI graduate student improves the Autonomous Benthic Explorer's ability to hunt for seafloor vents

January 12, 2007

Deep-sea Tubeworms Get Versatile 'Inside' Help

Scientists find first known organism that makes organic carbon by two different means

September 13, 2006

The Oceans Are Filled with Microbes. Some Are Nasty

What environmental conditions foster outbreaks of pathogenic bacteria?

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