Ocean & Human Lives
Can environmental DNA help us find lost US service members?
Ocean scientists explore how eDNA may be able to help find and identify lost military personnel in the ocean
Your Take-Out Coffee Cup May Shed Trillions of Plastic ‘Nanoparticles’
Is This New England’s Oldest Known English Shipwreck?
5 WHOI women making waves in ocean science and engineering
In celebration of Women's History Month, we're spotlighting a few scientists who have made a…
With worsening storms, can the Outer Banks protect its shoreline?
The double-whammy of more intense storms and a COVID-era real estate boom has scientists and…
How about 10% of the oil from Deepwater Horizon oil spill was eaten by the sun
Rising temperatures a boon for harmful bacteria in Cape Cod’s fresh and salt water
Cape Cod Times
From the toxic scum on ponds and lakes to the nuisance blooms that can shut down vital desalination plants providing water to millions, the Cape Cod region — and the world, is increasingly tuned into the problems presented by Harmful Algal Blooms.
Woods Hole report identifies concerns, possible solutions for harmful algae blooms
Five idioms for ocean lovers
Do these ocean idioms come from seafaring history or not? The world is mine oyster,…