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Archaeology
A Titanic Tale

A Titanic Tale

A former Alvin pilot recalls his 1986 dives on the shipwreck

Chemistry
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The Living Breathing Ocean

Can ‘ocean elevators’ carry excess carbon to the deep?

Circulation
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Mysteries of the Red Sea

This largely unexplored sea has features found nowhere else

Climate
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Searching for ‘Super Reefs’

Corals are threatened by changing ocean conditions

Coast
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On (and Below) the Waterfront

New York’s expanded port caused unseen changes in Newark Bay

Life
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A Lobster Trap for Microbes

3-D-printed device reveals the chemicals that attract microbes

Polar
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A Change Has Come in the Arctic

A rise in radium in the ocean signals changes along the coast

Pollution
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The Bacteria on Your Beaches

Are more antibiotic-resistant bacteria getting into the ocean?

Resources
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The Recipe for a Harmful Algal Bloom

Many ingredients mix in the ocean to make toxic shellfish

Seafloor
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Sentry Completes Its 500th Dive

WHOI's free-swimming robot helps researchers map the seafloor, and more

Technology
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The Current that Feeds the Galápagos

Gliders reveal path of a mammoth ‘river’ in the Pacific Ocean

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