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Ken Kostel


Ken Kostel is WHOI’s web science writer/editor, which means he writes, photographs, produces video, does social media, writes speeches, consults on outreach, blogs from the field, and just about anything else to get the word out about ocean science and exploration. Prior to WHOI, he was a freelance writer living in Manhattan and the Bronx, where he wrote for such publications as Audubon, Science News, and State of the Planet. He has a bachelor’s degree in photography from the Rochester Institute of Technology and masters’ degrees from Columbia University in journalism and environmental science.

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Aqua Incognita

Aqua Incognita

There is a jar of money in the conference room of the Mooring Operations & Engineering (MOE) team at Woods…

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Thinking Global

Thinking Global

The Global Array component of the Ocean Observatories Initiative initially included four remote, high-latitude locations, selected for scientifically strategic reasons:…

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To Track a Sea Turtle

To Track a Sea Turtle

A WHOI engineer and biologist devise an autonomous system to track and film sea turtles beneath the surface, revealing a turtle’s eye view of the world.

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No Stone Unturned

No Stone Unturned

WHOI iologist Joel Llopiz is taking advantage of information stored in the tiny “ear stones” of larval and juvenile river herring to learn more about why the once-ubiquitous species is having difficulty re-populating lakes and streams in New England.

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Our Ship Comes In

Our Ship Comes In

The long-awaited newest research vessel in the U.S. academic fleet—and the latest in a long line of WHOI-operated ships—arrives in Woods Hole on Wednesday.

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