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Results: January 1996 to October 2014 > Pollution

41-52 of 52 results

May 14, 2009

While Oil Gently Seeps from the Seafloor

Oil naturally leaking into the ocean offers a 'laboratory' to study accidential spills

September 3, 2008

Testing the Waters and Closing Beaches

Researchers seek faster, better ways to detect harmful bacteria

June 11, 2008

Knorr Skirts Ice to Search for 'Arctic Haze'

WHOI research ship helps track pollutants and their impacts near the Pole

May 28, 2008

Popular Way to Assess Oil Spills Can Be Misused

WHOI chemist issues warning before 'pom-pom' method becomes standard practice

April 3, 2008

Making Nanotubes Without Harming the Environment

Scientists seek to help industry manufacture new 'wonder material' safely

April 3, 2008

Protecting Public Health by Preventing Pollution

A graduate student seeks ways to curtail contaminants in the environment

March 6, 2008

Mining the Origins of Life

... and other recent research findings by WHOI scientists

April 23, 2007

Still Toxic After All These Years

Does oil spilled in 1969 still have impacts on wildlife? Ask a fiddler crab.

February 10, 2005

Mistaken Identity

Two bromine compounds found in whale blubber are natural products, not industrial pollutants

October 13, 2004

Oil in Our Coastal Back Yard

Spills on WHOI's shores set the stage for advances in mitigating and remediating oil spills

June 23, 2004

Mixing Oil and Water

Tracking the sources and impacts of oil pollution in the marine environment

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