Currents, Gyres, & Eddies
NASA mission will study how hidden ocean swirls soak up heat of global warming
Two Kinds of Warm Core Rings Emanate From the Gulf Stream
Where food is scarce, ocean predators find snacks in swirling eddies
Ocean data gives Northeast fishermen an edge against a warming ocean
Fishermen successfully brace against warm water wave from Gulf Stream, thanking greater access to data from the WHOI Shelf Fleet Program
NASA’s S-MODE Takes to the Air and Sea to Study Ocean Eddies
The S-MODE team hopes to learn more about small-scale movements of ocean water such as eddies. These whirlpools span about 6.2 miles or ten kilometers, slowly moving ocean water in a swirling pattern.
Tracking change in the Arctic Ocean
Changes in the Arctic Ocean are becoming clearer, thanks to an ocean monitoring network maintained…
Heat waves on Cape Cod may be tied to slowing ocean current
Cape Cod Times
WHOI researchers studied 25 years of data in search of cause behind rising ocean temperatures.