Scientists gain grasp on the epic migration of eels
What is living there and how?
A conversation with WHOI geologist Maurice Tivey
Between Earth's crust and mantle lies a mysterious boundary
WHOI plays major role in creating 'transformative' national research effort
The best way to discover how animals find food, reproduce, and communicate is to observe them in their natural habitat. For scientists who study pelagic zooplankton such as jellyfish and salps, that means entering a watery world far from shore and with no bottom in sight—and that requires the technique known as blue water diving.