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Results: January 1996 to April 2014 > Ocean Circulation > Tools, Technology & Engineering

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February 6, 2014

Message Bottled in an Email

A long-lost legacy of ocean research resurfaces

June 7, 2012

Beneath Arctic Ice, Life Blooms Spectacularly

Pools of water atop ice act as lenses to focus sunlight

February 14, 2012

The Great South Channel

Where marine life meets to feast every spring

March 23, 2011

Gliders Tracked Potential for Oil to Reach the East Coast

Finding the location shifting Gulf Loop Current was critical

October 9, 2009

Floats Reveal Unknown Ocean Pathways

The North Atlantic's circulation is more complex than previously thought

November 30, 2007

Submerged Autonomous Launch Platforms

"Intelligent" device decides when the time is right to send off data-gathering floats

September 24, 2007

A Warm Eddy Swirling in the Cold Labrador Sea

A conversation with WHOI physical oceanographer Amy Bower

April 5, 2006

The Hunt for 18° Water

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

February 3, 2006

Float 312, Where Are You?

In one week, people found two rarely seen ocean instruments

January 26, 2006

A Sentry at the Atlantic Gateway

Experimental mooring monitors water flow through Hudson Strait

March 24, 2005

A Glide Across the Gulf Stream

The remote-controlled Spray glider takes historic steps toward a new era of ocean exploration

January 1, 2000

Launching the Argo Armada

Taking the ocean's pulse with 3,000 free-ranging floats

April 1, 1997

Adventure in the Labrador Sea

A Wintertime Cruise to the North Atlantic

December 1, 1996

Labrador Sea Water Carries Northern Climate Signal South

Subpolar Signals Appears Years Later at Bermuda

December 1, 1996

The Bermuda Station S—A Long-Running Oceanographic Show

Deeper Waters Show Warming Trend

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