Woods Hole Center for Oceans and Human Health Receives Additional Five Years of Funding
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
by Rachel Mann
3d ago
The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) and National Science Foundation (NSF) have announced that the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) will receive funding to continue operating the Woods Hole Center for Oceans and Human Health (WHCOHH ..read more
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A new tagging method for fragile marine species
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
by Rachel Mann
5d ago
Newly developed bioadhesive sensors (BIMS) are effective and less invasive than traditional tagging. Scientists can attach them with a thin layer of dried-hydrogel in less than 20 seconds ..read more
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Study: eDNA methods give a real-time look at coral reef health
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
by Rachel Mann
2w ago
Researchers from WHOI studied the microbes in coral reef water by examining eight reefs in the U.S. Virgin Islands over a period of seven years, which included periods of hurricane and coral disease disturbance ..read more
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Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution nominated for two Webby Awards
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
by Rachel Mann
2w ago
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) has been nominated for two Webby Awards for its work in sharing mostly never-before-seen footage of the wreckage of the RMS Titanic ..read more
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Five new hydrothermal vents discovered in the Eastern Tropical Pacific Ocean
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
by Rachel Mann
3w ago
Ocean scientists discovered the new deep-sea hydrothermal vent sites on the seafloor at 2,550 meters (8366 feet, or 1.6 miles) depth ..read more
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Sea Surface Temperature Research Provides Clear Evidence of Human-Caused Climate Change
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
by Rachel Mann
1M ago
New oceanic research provides clear evidence of a human “fingerprint” on climate change and shows that specific signals from human activities have altered the seasonal cycle amplitude of sea surface temperatures ..read more
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Sonic Youth: Healthy Reef Sounds Increase Coral Settlement
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
by Rachel Mann
1M ago
Researchers at WHOI demonstrated that replaying healthy reef sounds could potentially be used to encourage coral larvae to recolonize damaged or degraded reefs ..read more
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High Resolution Imagery Advances the Ability to Monitor Decadal Changes in Emperor Penguin Populations
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
by Rachel Mann
1M ago
High resolution satellite imagery and field-based validation surveys have provided the first multi-year time series documenting emperor penguin populations ..read more
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WHOI-led Team Receives Funding Under New Federal Program to Accelerate Ocean-Climate Resilience
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
by Ken Kostel
2M ago
Diverse group aims to support climate resilience by linking research, industry, and the public across the value chain Woods Hole, Mass. — The Department of Commerce and NOAA this week announced ..read more
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WHOI Sea Grant commits $1.7 million to advancing research in coastal and marine science
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
by Rachel Mann
2M ago
Woods Hole, Mass -- Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Sea Grant announces funding for five new research projects that address pressing coastal issues in and around Massachusetts, including eelgrass restoration, sewering’s ..read more
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