John Steffen, WHOI Sponsored by: Physical Oceanography DepartmentRead More
BBC radio host Rhod Sharp and Jeff Donnelly of WHOI’s Coastal Research Lab trace the history of hurricanes in the Atlantic and discuss the frequency of intense storms. New sediment records indicate that historically unprecedented levels of intense hurricane activity impacted the eastern seaboard of the United States and northeastern Gulf Coast in the last two millennia.
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SEA EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (SEA): Will host a public lecture, “From Earth to Mars via Ocean Volcanoes and their Evolution,” on…Read More
Armand Kuris, University of California, Santa Barbara Sponsored by: Biology Department – Redfield AuditoriumRead More
The type of toxin released depends on the species causing the bloom. Some of the most common ones affect the liver or the nervous system, said Donald Anderson, director of the U.S. National Office for Harmful Algal Blooms and a senior scientist at WHOI.
“Trying to understand the big picture on plastic and be able to weave a story together is going to take decades,” said Christopher Reddy, an environmental chemist at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, who was not involved in the study.
Masako Tominaga, WHOI Sponsored by: WHOI Discovery Center & Visitor CenterRead More
Konrad Hughen, WHOI Sponsored by: MC&G DepartmentRead More
Christopher Jackson, Imperial College, London Sponsored by: Academic Programs OfficeRead More
Adam Soule, WHOI Sponsored by: Academic Programs OfficeRead More
quotes John Stegeman, Michael Brosnahan