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Spearfish native journeys into polar regions for research

Hastings Tribune 19 Apr 2021
Right after she was accepted to Dartmouth, the small town girl who had never traveled east of the Mississippi was accepted into a student fellowship program at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution on Cape Cod ... “I lived on Cape Cod for the summer, working for the Oceanographic ...
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Saint Mary’s University: Working through changes together

Winona Daily News 18 Apr 2021
Steadfast and resilient. This motto of sorts became for Saint Mary’s a guiding slogan as we weathered the events of the pandemic ... Here's how to support Winona area businesses ... It was difficult, even painful ... Retired U.S ... Senior scientist and director of the Center for Oceans and Human Health at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Woods Hole, Mass.
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If there is an oil spill tomorrow, will we be ready? Woods Hole engineer says yes

Cape Cod Times 16 Apr 2021
A torpedo-shaped robot created by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute will be able to answer those types of questions, helping to quickly mitigate the damage from future oil spills.
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Xinhua Commentary: Japan's decision to dump nuclear wastewater into sea reveals a selfish nature

Xinhua 16 Apr 2021
by Xinhua writer Zhang Jing ... "Would this open the door for any country to release radioactive waste to the ocean that is not part of normal operations?" This question raised by Ken Buesseler, a marine chemist at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Falmouth, Massachusetts, is alarming. The oceans are the common property of all humankind ... .
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Japan's safety claims fall flat

China Daily 16 Apr 2021
The decision has drawn fierce criticism at home and abroad ... Lasting impact ... "These radioactive isotopes behave differently than tritium in the ocean and are more readily incorporated into marine biota or seafloor sediments," Ken Buesseler, a marine chemist at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts, told the magazine ... .
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Experts question safety of Japan's wastewater plan

China Daily 15 Apr 2021
Over time, TEPCO has stored 1.25 million tons of wastewater in tanks ... "These radioactive isotopes behave differently than tritium in the ocean and are more readily incorporated into marine biota or seafloor sediments," Ken Buesseler, a marine chemist at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts, told the magazine ... .
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Japan should behave responsibly to ensure safe oceans for all

China Daily 14 Apr 2021
The disposal of the contaminated wastewater has been a decade-long problem since the Fukushima nuclear disaster on March 11, 2011 ... For starters, tritium is light, so it could reach as far afield as the US West Coast within two years, said Ken Buesseler at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Falmouth, Massachusetts ... .
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US climate research outpost abandoned over fears it will be devoured by sea

Yahoo Daily News 14 Apr 2021
Read full article. Oliver Milman14 April 2021, 7.00 am·3-min read. Photograph ... Andrew Ashton, an associate scientist at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, based on Cape Cod, said that while the cape has naturally shifted shape for centuries, the rising seas and stronger storms spurred by the climate crisis will quicken the pace of change ... .
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Japan's decision to dump Fukushima water into sea sparks domestic, int'l opposition

Sina 14 Apr 2021
Suga made the announcement after convening a meeting of relevant ministers to formalize plans to release the radioactive water accumulated at the plant into the Pacific Ocean. DECADE-LONG PROBLEM ... west coast within two years, according to Ken Buesseler at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Falmouth, Massachusetts ... STRONG CRITICISM ... .
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Northern Star Coral study could help protect tropical corals

Phys Dot Org 13 Apr 2021
"We think that the algae are helping the coral select the microbes that live with it, and this suggestion of symbiont-microbe coordination following disturbance is a new concept for corals," said paper co-author Amy Apprill, associate scientist at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution ... Shavonna M ... Provided by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
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Xinhua Commentary: Japan should behave responsibly to ensure safe oceans for all

China.dot.org 13 Apr 2021
by Xinhua writer Ye Shan. TOKYO, April 13 (Xinhua) -- The decision announced on Tuesday by the Japanese government to dump Fukushima's contaminated radioactive wastewater into the sea has put humanity's future at risk ... West Coast within two years, said Ken Buesseler at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Falmouth, Massachusetts ... Enditem .
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Japan to release contaminated Fukushima water into sea after treatment

Toronto Sun 13 Apr 2021
We apologize, but this video has failed to load. Try refreshing your browser, or. tap here to see other videos from our team ... Advertisement ... “My concern is about non-tritium radioactive contaminants that still remain in the tanks at high levels,” said Ken Buesseler, a senior scientist at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts ... .
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Japan to release 1 million tonnes of contaminated Fukushima water into sea

The Irish Times 13 Apr 2021
“Releasing the . ... Tepco will then dilute the water until tritium levels fall below regulatory limits, before pumping it into the ocean ... “My concern is about non-tritium radioactive contaminants that still remain in the tanks at high levels,” said Ken Buesseler, a senior scientist at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts ... .
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Japan to release Fukushima water into sea after treatment

Gulf Daily News 13 Apr 2021
It says similarly filtered water is routinely released from nuclear plants around the world ... "Releasing the ... NEIGHBOURLY CONCERN ... "My concern is about non-tritium radioactive contaminants that still remain in the tanks at high levels," said Ken Buesseler, a senior scientist at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts ... .
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Xinhua Headlines: Japan's decision to dump Fukushima water into sea sparks domestic, int'l opposition

China.dot.org 13 Apr 2021
by Xinhua writers Ye Shan, Zhang Jing ... Suga made the announcement after convening a meeting of relevant ministers to formalize plans to release the radioactive water accumulated at the plant into the Pacific Ocean ... west coast within two years, according to Ken Buesseler at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Falmouth, Massachusetts ... Enditem.
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