Studying coral in the Pacific and its response to climate now and in the past.
August 9 to 25, 2012
Research expeditions to investigate how animals examine their underwater world
August 8 to September 2, 2012
The Fun-with-krill team moves to the Pacific for a 25-day cruise studying tiny marine animals and the things that eat them.
A team from Iceland, Norway, Germany, the Netherlands, and the United States on a 30-day expedition along the East Greenland Coast to the High-Arctic island of Spitsbergen.
Scientific American blog by MIT/WHOI Joint Program student Ben Linhoff as he spends 3 months camped at the foot of Leverett Glacier in West Greenland.
April 20 to 30, 2012
A continuation of a multi-disciplinary study begun two years ago to probe for new life forms dependent on as-yet-unknown conditions.
March 23 to March 30, 2012
Dog sled meets sea ice meets robotic aerial systems
February 20 to March 24, 2012
MIT/WHOI Joint Program student Sarah Rosengard makes her first research cruise, one through the Southern Ocean from South Africa to Australia studying the Great Coccolithophore Belt.
January 6 to 27, 2012
Chris German leads an expedition with Jason to study the biology, geology, and chemistry of some of the deepest hydrothermal vents on Earth.