Carol Anne Clayson
Harnessing the Power
Can wind developers and ocean scientists work together to get US offshore wind cranking?
Tracking a Snow Globe of Microplastics
Millions of tons of plastics end up in the global ocean each year, but where does all that material go once it gets there?
Through the Looking-Glass of the Sea Surface
Scientists are using new technology to make previously impossible measurements at the turbulent ocean surface—a crucial junction for energy exchange between the air above and the sea below.
Calculating Evaporation from the Ocean
Illustration by Amy Caracappa-Qubeck, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Imagine you turn on the tap in the morning and water pummels out and spills over your sink. Later you go out to your garden, but water…