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Vol. 47, No. 2, Sep. 2009

Greenland Glaciers

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Features

Research News

Noah's Not-so-big Flood

Noah's Not-so-big Flood

New evidence rebuts controversial theory of Black Sea deluge

To Free a Tangled Whale

To Free a Tangled Whale

... and other recent findings by WHOI researchers

Are Emperor Penguins Marching to Extinction?

Are Emperor Penguins Marching to Extinction?

... and other recent research findings by WHOI scientists

Jason Meets the Carnivorous Sea Squirt

Jason Meets the Carnivorous Sea Squirt

Expedition to the Tasman Fracture finds unknown species

Ocean Conveyor's 'Pump' Switches Back On

Ocean Conveyor's 'Pump' Switches Back On

How will climate warming affect ocean circulation? The answer isn't so simple.

A New Deep-Sea Robot Called Sentry

A New Deep-Sea Robot Called Sentry

Autonomous underwater vehicle completes its first scientific mission

Ocean Technology

Buoys Help Avert Whale-Ship Collisions

Buoys Help Avert Whale-Ship Collisions

Specially engineered mooring system detects whales and warns ships

Student at Work

Hurricane Hunter

Hurricane Hunter

Graduate student uncovers long-buried record of past storms

Ocean Policy

Supreme Court Weighs in on Whales and Sonar

Supreme Court Weighs in on Whales and Sonar

Research offers best way to balance needs of marine mammals and the Navy

A Conversation With...

A Deep-sea Chemical-Sniffing Bloodhound

A Deep-sea Chemical-Sniffing Bloodhound

WHOI engineer develops a small, tough mass spectrometer to work in the ocean

Around WHOI

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The WHOI Marine Mammal Center Is Born ...

... and other stories from around WHOI

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A Diversity of Geoscientists

New Woods Hole program encourages underrepresented groups

The Ultimate Fluid Environment for Scientists

The Ultimate Fluid Environment for Scientists

An audio slideshow celebrates the 50th year of the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Program at WHOI

band or researchers

Researchers Band Together to Create a Band

An audio slideshow on the music (and science) of the band, Willis

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