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Next on Ocean Encounters: Rising Seas, Resilient Coasts

Join us for a conversation about the drivers and consequences of sea level rise—and how we can adapt. Wed., April 24 at 7:30 p.m. ET

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Suzi Clark
cabled ocean
Michelle Shero
Stony Coral Tissue Disease
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HOV Alvin
Wild horses and seals co-mingle on Sable Island, Nova Scotia. (Photo by Michelle Shero, taken under permits DFO 23-28A and NMFS 25794
© Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)
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Pacific Ocean
A new study by WHOI researchers and international partners incorporates very high resolution satellite imagery with field surveys and long term date to provide the first multi-year time series documenting emperor penguins global population trends. (Photo by: Sara Labrousse)
Water-Level Sensor
A straw in the ocean
Chris Piecuch
A CGI rendering of <em>Eurythenes plasticus</em> (bottom right), the deepest discovered species with microplastic in its system, as a deep-sea submersible approaches. (Photo courtesy of © WWF)
Degraded coral
Aerial Imagery of Penguins
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Pectinereis strickrotti