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Cape Cod scientists want to dump 60,000+ gallons of sodium hydroxide into ocean in climate ...

Press & Guide 17 Jul 2024
Scientists from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute in Falmouth are seeking a federal permit for their project, which would start sometime this summer with a field trial program that would disperse ...
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Wagner teacher connects students to coastal wonders through ocean exploration

The Daily Republic 17 Jul 2024
During their visit, they toured the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI), including the AVAST lab, which brings together various interests and resources to spur innovation in marine science exploration.
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Researchers Criticized for Plan to Dump 20 Tonnes of Lye off Cape Cod

The Maritime Executive 17 Jul 2024
Massachusetts' fishermen and environmentalists are not pleased with a new climate-saving idea proposed by researchers at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) ... The research team from Woods Hole ...
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Scientists Seeking Permit to Dump Chemical Into Ocean in Experiment to Fight Climate Change

Futurism 15 Jul 2024
Researchers at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution want to dump 6,600 gallons of sodium hydroxide, otherwise known as caustic soda or lye, into the ocean off the coast of Cape Cod in an effort to slow climate change.
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The Atlantic Gulf Stream Was Unexpectedly Strong During The Last Ice Age – New Study

IFL Science 14 Jul 2024
... 25,000 years and were retrieved from multiple locations along the US east coast using research vessels from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts, where some of our team are based.
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Remembering FLIP, the US Navy’s self-sinking research ship

New Atlas 12 Jul 2024
Diagram of FLIP on stationScripps Oceanographic ... Plan of FLIPScripps Oceanographic ... The answer came in 1960 when Allyn Vine of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution saw a Navy mop floating in the water and saw how steady the handle stayed.
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The Wreck of the RMS Titanic Was Found During a Top-Secret Military Operation

War History Online 11 Jul 2024
The team involved, including Robert Ballard of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, had been tasked with locating the wrecks of the USS Thresher and Scorpion, under the guise they had set out to find Titanic.
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Shark-repellent ideas go from creative to weird, but the bites continue

Usatoday 11 Jul 2024
Beyond Child and the OSS, other attempts involved the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, the University of Florida, the Scripps Institute of Oceanography and the American Museum of Natural History.
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The detection of a massive harmful algal bloom in the Arctic prompts real-time advisories to ...

Phys Dot Org 10 Jul 2024
Researchers from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) and its partners, noted that, to their knowledge, the 2022 event was the largest HAB ... Provided by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
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The Gulf Stream is wind-powered and could weaken from climate change, research suggests

Phys Dot Org 10 Jul 2024
... the bottom of the ocean—taken from sediment cores recovered off the coast of North Carolina and Florida, in collaboration with researchers based at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute in Massachusetts.
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Matson Helping to Develop Whale Detection Technology for Ships

MarineLink 09 Jul 2024
U.S ... In addition, Matson has partnered with Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) to develop and test whale detection technology for ships that can further reduce the risk of collisions ... WHOI Whale Detection Camera (Photo. Matson) ... Inouye ... ... .
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YouTuber helps researchers solve the mystery of a 2,000-year-old 'computer'

Business Insider 05 Jul 2024
Excavations have uncovered three life-size marble horse statues, coins, jewelry, and other treasures, according to the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute ... If it had closer to 350 holes, it would have followed the lunar calendar.
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Small jellyfish with big sting popping up along Jersey Shore

Atlantic City 04 Jul 2024
... to seaweed and seagrasses are relatively small — about 1 inch in diameter for adults — the pain from their stings could vary from region to region, according to the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute.

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