Vol. 53, No. 1, Winter 2017
Ocean Observatories Initiative
The Bacteria on Your Beaches
Are more antibiotic-resistant bacteria getting into the ocean?
A Long Trail of Clues Leads to a Surprise About Oil Spills
Sunlight transforms oil compounds on the ocean surface
Reassessing Guidelines for Oil Spill Cleanups
Sunlight plays key overlooked role in fate of oil in the ocean
Mission to the Twilight Zone
The urgent quest to explore one of Earth's hidden frontiers
How Is the Seafloor Made?
Scientists use sound waves to probe the fabric of tectonic plates
By Maris Wicks :: Originally published online June 20, 2017 : In print Vol. 52, No. 2, Spring 2017
MIT/WHOI JP STUDENTS AT WORK
AUV SENTRY, Geology & Geophysics Dept., HOV ALVIN, Marine Chemistry & Geochemistry Dept., MIT/WHOI Joint Program, popping rocks, R/V ATLANTIS