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Tiny animals dominate the undersea soundscape
Some geology naturally requires biology
A rare glimpse of the world's biggest fish
Fjords may link warming oceans and melting glaciers
Like humans, corals may be superorganisms
Scientists who study birds in remote regions also confront danger
Humans have changed how chemicals move on our planet
A conversation with WHOI marine chemist Matt Charette
Photo slideshow: How a pillow was transformed into a table
Scientists probe the inner workings of harmful algae
Scientist and sculptress share love of charismatic microfauna
Study shows first evidence for auditory fats in baleen whales
Makeshift devices collect sand transported by storm
Where marine life meets to feast every spring
Does out of sight mean into the air or into fish?
Scientists take advantage of a silver lining in mushroom clouds
A student probes the mysteries of whales' hearing
Mid-Cayman Spreading Center could harbor unknown organisms
Why do cetacean crooners change their tunes?
What impacts might these hormones have in the coastal ocean?
Does ever-moving sand transport microbes along with it?
Do microscopic marine animals help bacteria degrade oil?
Expedition explores deep-sea animal life via live TV stream
Latest Ice-Tethered Profiler installed to monitor polar conditions
The polar region's distinctive feature also makes it hard to study: ice
Expedition explores the Mid-Cayman Rise in the Caribbean Sea
A video documents expedition to use robots under Arctic ice
Oh, what remarkably built internal mucus nets they weave
A student uncovers the natural history of a little-known species
A conversation with oceanographer Ray Schmitt
Are ocean currents hastening the retreat of Greenland's glaciers?
New Web site offers advice to coastal residents and visitors
An audio slideshow: Research on the reefs
A graduate student reveals locomotion in the ocean
How will climate change affect the shells and skeletons of sea life?
Can minerals be extracted from the seafloor without environmental impacts?
Plankton's unusual ability may give it an ecological edge
Audio Slideshow: An MIT/WHOI student examines a fascinating natural process in Oman
Should we beware of protists bearing pathogens?
A conversation with WHOI engineer Don Peters
A conversation with WHOI engineer Jonathan Howland
A conversation with WHOI engineer Matt Heintz
A conversation with WHOI engineer Daniel Gomez-Ibanez
New hybrid deep-sea vehicle descends 6.8 miles in the Challenger Deep
A conversation with WHOI engineer Andy Bowen
Oil naturally leaking into the ocean offers a 'laboratory' to study accidential spills
Autonomous underwater vehicle completes its first scientific mission
An expedition to an unexplored sea seeks new species
Scientists discover a surprising plumbing system for glaciers
Glacial expeditions uncover a trigger that speeds the flow of ice to the sea
Graduate student uncovers long-buried record of past storms
A grad student peers into the lives of larvae, before they grow up to be scallops
Researchers seek faster, better ways to detect harmful bacteria
Automated underwater microscope detects unexpected harmful algal bloom
WHOI chemist issues warning before 'pom-pom' method becomes standard practice
Increasing urgency about climate change has spurred schemes that may seem radical
Profits, pollution, and politics all will play roles in ocean iron fertilization
Other lines of evidence inform the debate on ocean iron fertilization
The uncertainties and unintended consequences of manipulating ecosystems
Getting carbon into the ocean is one thing. Keeping it there is another.
WHOI engineers and the Oceanus crew rescue a wounded buoy
A graduate student explores the magmatic origins of islands
Should we add iron to the sea to help reduce greenhouse gases in the air?
Fishing trawlers likely caused extensive damage to deep-sea coral communities
Line W moorings monitor an intersection where key climate-influencing currents converge
Ice-Tethered Profilers go with the floe, relaying daily data from the ice-covered ocean
A WHOI researcher stands up for the spineless invertebrates in coastal waters
Scientists identify bacteria that convert chemicals in surprising ways
A conversation with WHOI physical oceanographer Amy Bower
Is the Atlantic's circulation slowing down? Moorings in rough waters monitor the ocean's pulse.
A graduate student journeys to Norway to investigate how orcas orchestrate their hunt
A large-scale experiment sheds light on sound in the coastal ocean
A conversation with marine mammal biologist Michael Moore
An "experimentalist" encapsulates ocean fluid dynamics in the lab
Digging down in a Caribbean lagoon, researchers go back in time
Could Jason recover instruments stuck to the seafloor by newly erupted lava?
Can “sticky” isotopes help us measure how water flows deep in the ocean?
Does oil spilled in 1969 still have impacts on wildlife? Ask a fiddler crab.
The deeper you can sample the seafloor, the further back in time you can go
Can the shells of microscopic organisms be used to measure past deep-ocean temperatures?
A mooring in the remote Hudson Strait offers a finger on the pulse of unfolding Arctic change
Growing a little each day, coral skeletons keep a daily archive of past ocean temperatures
The movement and transformation of carbon in the ocean have large climate implications
Are changes in wintertime climate random or predictable?
Scientists find first known organism that makes organic carbon by two different means
A history of water table changes reveals climate shifts and the potential for future drought
How much excess carbon dioxide can the ocean hold and how will it affect marine life?
Exploring rocks' magnetic signals, a WHOI graduate student reconstructs how the seafloor forms
The skeletons of corals on the seafloor preserve records of how ocean circulation has changed
...and other recent fieldwork around the world by WHOI researchers
What happens in the coastal ocean when the winds blow and the waters cool?
Widespread bacterial colonies may play crucial role in ocean ecosystem
Unique underwater vehicle is named in nationwide student contest
Graduate student works to adapt laser technology to detect chemicals on the seafloor
A journey into the crater of an active volcano
The white, long-armed, shaggy creature represents an entirely new family of crabs
New underwater observatory monitors marine ecosystem off Panama
Scientists investigate delicately balanced ecosystem off Alaska
Unlike other magnetotactic bacteria, the "barbell" bacterium heads in its own direction
And will polar changes trigger climate shifts beyond the Arctic?
WHOI biologist employs an array of tools to reveal right whale feeding habits and habitats
What is compromising the endangered species' ability to reproduce?
WHOI Right Whale Initiative accelerates research to help conserve an endangered species
New deep-sea “light post” illuminates the ocean's perpetual night
Seawater is drawn underground in winter and flows into ocean in summer
On and off the job, a MIT/WHOI graduate student displays his passion for the ocean
A new method to tag and track fish will help protect threatened species
By the end of the century, the land and ocean may reach their capacity to absorb greenhouse gas from the atmosphere
A small but fast-growing volcano appears inside the crater of a mammoth underwater volcano off Samoa
R/V Tioga sent into action to perform whale necropsy at sea
A less-salty North Atlantic Ocean could cool northern winters
A conversation with biologist Heidi Sosik
A tight-knit group with the 'right stuff' to guide a submersible on the seafloor
WHOI researchers extend investigations of the Alexandrium bloom of 2005 and look for signs of future trouble
Past changes in World Heritage site offer lessons for proposed river projects
Deep in the ocean, larvae search for 'home, sweet home'
A third generation of scientists finds the third generation of hydrothermal vent sites
An expanding variety of sensors is changing they way we monitor dynamic ocean systems
Discovering Life and Sustaining Habitats
Scientists scramble for rare opportunity to catch an underwater volcanic eruption in action
Biomedical imaging reveals new insights into marine mammal ears
WHOI scientist investigates a troublesome invasive species
A new tagging device lets scientists 'go along for the ride' into the underwater world of whales
The Reef Fish Connectivity and Conservation Initiative
Two bromine compounds found in whale blubber are natural products, not industrial pollutants
Scientists seek to learn more about these abundant, fragile, and now-threatened communities
At the coastwhere air, sea, land, and people meet
Mathematical analyses offer new insights into age-old controversies on fishing restriction
New techniques reveal the importance of groundwater seeping into the sea
New tools and techniques show promise for better predictions and decisions about coastline change
With time running out, an ambitious research plan is launched for an endangered species
New research is illuminating an optically complex environment
Spills on WHOI's shores set the stage for advances in mitigating and remediating oil spills
New research is deciphering how currents, waves, and sands change our shorelines
Investigating Earth's dynamic processes
A diverse fleet of innovative deep-submergence vehicles heralds a new era of ocean exploration
New research on land and sea reinvigorates hopes of forecasting where earthquakes are likely to occur
Recent discoveries hint at a potentially huge and diverse subsurface biosphere
Coastal waters teem with life, but sometimes scientists can’t explain why
A Quarter-Century of Discovery
A New Seafloor Technique Measures Electrical Conductivity Deep Within the Earth