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With still so much to learn about the planktonic creatures that support the marine food web, scientists with the Northeast U.S. Shelf Long-Term Ecological Research (NES-LTER) project have developed the In-situ Ichthyoplankton Imaging System (ISIIS) to take better images of these microscopic organisms in their natural environment
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From Oceanus Magazine
WHOI researchers warn Arctic communities following detection of a harmful bloom
Ocean experts explore the potential risks and rewards of ocean-based solutions to climate change
After living for millions of years, these species may have mastered evolution in our ocean
To keep a close eye on harmful algal blooms, shellfish farmers are relying on a WHOI-developed camera system that spies on toxic species below the surface and sends alerts when they’re present.
Rainforests have been dubbed the Earth’s lung, but like us, our planet has two lungs. The second one is the ocean.