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A sea-level modeler plunges into fieldwork on Prince Edward Island
Scientists track hungry blue sharks as they ride swirling currents down to the ocean twilight zone—a layer of the ocean containing the largest fish biomass on Earth
Spray gliders cruising the east coast are collecting ocean measurement data that hurricane forecast modelers can use to improve storm intensity forecasts.
Millions of tons of plastics end up in the global ocean each year, but where does all that material go once it gets there?
WHOI biologists and physical oceanographers combine expertise to reveal a place in the ocean where some tuna are born.
The expansion of the New York metropolitan area’s harbor over the decades has led to big but hidden changes in tidal flows that have environmental impacts.
Rainforests have been dubbed the Earth’s lung, but like us, our planet has two lungs. The second one is the ocean.
The Red Sea also has several characteristics not seen in other oceans: extremely warm temperatures, high evaporation rates, odd circulation patterns, and a rare current that sometimes disappears in winter.
A small fleet of robotic undersea vehicles paints the first detailed picture of a vast and important current within the ocean that had remained beyond our purview.
Scientists are exploring the ocean to gain new insights into forecasting the still-unpredictable monsoon rains that billions of people depend on to irrigate their crops