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Results: January 1996 to August 2014 > Pollution > Ocean Life

1-19 of 19 results

December 17, 2013

Behold the 'Plastisphere'

Colonies of microbes flourish on tiny bits in the ocean

November 26, 2013

The Return of the Seals

Growing Herds Raise Questions on Sharks, Fish, and Poop

May 21, 2013

Tangled Up in Fishing Gear

What scientists learned from a right whale named Eg 3911

September 6, 2012

Do Oil and Corals Mix?

WHOI scientists explore impacts of Deepwater Horizon

June 25, 2012

Brown Tides and Redfielders

Scientists probe the inner workings of harmful algae

July 14, 2011

Of Predators, Prey, and Petroleum

Do microscopic marine animals help bacteria degrade oil?

May 5, 2011

Life and Death in the Deep Sea

Does the Gulf oil spill threaten vital seafloor communities?

April 15, 2011

Oil, Microbes, and the Risk of Dead Zones

Did oil-eating microbes deplete oxygen in the Gulf of Mexico?

April 8, 2011

Does Oil Affect Animals' Cellular Machinery?

Scientists investigate genes activated by contaminants

November 5, 2010

Microbes Hitch Rides on Plastics in the Sea

Scientists reveal hidden microscopic world on floating plastic debris

November 20, 2009

The Promise and Perils of Seafloor Mining

Can minerals be extracted from the seafloor without environmental impacts?

November 13, 2009

Abigail Labella

Fish, genes, and pollutants

October 2, 2009

The Hunt for Microbial 'Trojan Horses'

Should we beware of protists bearing pathogens?

September 3, 2008

Testing the Waters and Closing Beaches

Researchers seek faster, better ways to detect harmful bacteria

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

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