Quotes Kristopher Karnauskas and WHOI.
quotes Michael Moore and mentions WHOI
New research suggests shifts in wind currents over the past three decades, possibly due to climate change and natural variability, have nudged the Equatorial Undercurrent north. The changing current expanded the nutrient-rich, cold water farther north along the coasts of the two islands, likely bolstering algae and fish numbers in the cold pool. This allowed the penguin population to double over the past 30 years, swelling to more than 1,000 birds by 2014, according to the new study.Read More
A research team has successfully demonstrated a new non-invasive tool to obtain hard-to-get health measurements of large endangered whales in the wild: Using a small remote-controlled hexacopter, scientists for the first time collected both breath samples from the whales’ spouts combined with aerial photos of their body condition.Read More
Quotes WHOI in regards to the severe drought in California.
Quotes Carl Kaiser and WHOI.
quotes Laela Sayigh and mentions Alessandro Bocconcelli.
The beached beaked whale story was also covered in the Washington Post, U.S. News & World Report, Tech Times, The Christian Science Monitor, Inquisitr, Times Gazette, CBS News, MSN, The Independent, NECN, Boston Herald, The Standard Daily, and over 100 other outlets.
quotes Laela Sayigh and mentions Alessandro Bocconcelli
quotes Santiago Herrera
quotes Larry Madin and mentions WHOI
Mentions HabCam built at WHOI for NOAA. Also covered in, Press of Atlanic City, The New Jersey Herald, The Washington Times, and others.
quotes Scott Doney and WHOI.
mentions study by NOAA, the University of Alaska Fairbanks, and WHOI
Graduate student Hannah Barkley is on a mission to investigate how warming ocean temperatures, ocean acidification, and other impacts of climate change are affecting corals in an effort to find ways to preserve these vital ocean resources.Read More
Working with colleagues from the Centre for Arctic Gas Hydrate, Environment and Climate (CAGE) in Norway, Dan Fornari from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution’s (WHOI) Geology & Geophysics Department collected nearly 30,000 high definition images at known methane release sites in the Arctic Ocean north of Norway. The detailed images will provide new insights into the most remote areas of natural methane releases in the world.Read More
quotes Annette Govindarajan and Mary Carman
quotes Simon Thorrold and mentions WHOI
quotes Mary Carman, Annette Govindarajan