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A simple way to get microplastics out of your water

Canoe 28 Feb 2024
But new research suggests that a simple solution could reduce microplastics in drinking water ...Science takes a long time,” said Chris Reddy, a senior scientist at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution who wasn’t involved in the new research ... .
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Sunken Spanish galleon from 1708 could be ‘holy grail of shipwrecks’ with $20bn of treasure

AOL 26 Feb 2024
A previous expedition by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution located the sunken galleon in 2015, but attempts are yet to be made to recover its treasure ... .
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SC-bound cargo ship sinks a fishing trawler: Here's how it went down.

The Post and Courier 25 Feb 2024
The damaged and listing Tremont (above) was photographed by Lance Wills from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution's research vessel Atlantis shortly before the trawler sank in 1,200 feet of water off of Virginia on Oct.
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Thousands of decaying barrels off Los Angeles coast may contain radioactive waste: report

New York Post 22 Feb 2024
“The problem with the oceans as a dumping solution is once it’s there, you can’t go back and get it,” Ken Buesseler, a senior scientist at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and director of the ...
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It’s not just toxic chemicals. Radioactive waste was also dumped off Los Angeles coast

Stars and Stripes 22 Feb 2024
“The problem with the oceans as a dumping solution is once it’s there, you can’t go back and get it,” said Buesseler, a senior scientist at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and director of the Center for Marine and Environmental Radioactivity.
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It's not just toxic chemicals: Radioactive waste was also dumped off Los Angeles coast, scientists conclude

Phys Dot Org 22 Feb 2024
"The problem with the oceans as a dumping solution is once it's there, you can't go back and get it," said Buesseler, a senior scientist at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and director of the Center for Marine and Environmental Radioactivity.
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We know how to save these beloved endangered whales. Yet we’re mindlessly killing them.

Vox 22 Feb 2024
... The problem is no longer whaling ... Yet most Americans are implicated in the demise of these whales if they buy goods shipped in from overseas or eat lobster, Michael Moore , a scientist at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, told Vox ... David L ... .
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Finback whales thriving in waters from NY to Cape May

app 20 Feb 2024
APP.com Digital Desk ... Whales are thriving as our neighbors, according to a study conducted by the Wildlife Conservation Society and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution scientists in the journal “Scientific Reports.” ...
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Fin whales taking up year-round residency in Long Island waters, study says

Newsday 17 Feb 2024
A report published Thursday in Scientific Reports by the Bronx-based Wildlife Conservation Society and the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts found that the New York Bight, which ...
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Sharks scavenge carcass of North Atlantic right whale with ties to Cape Cod

Boston Herald 16 Feb 2024
The right whale was then identified after an aerial survey team from the Clearwater Marine Aquarium Research Institute found the carcass ... (New England Aquarium/Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution).
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Scientists Desperately Studying How to Hack Climate

Futurism 15 Feb 2024
In response, a $10 million project at Massachusetts' Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) involves researchers basically dumping thousands of gallons of an alkaline liquid solution — sodium hydroxide — into the sea near Martha’s Vineyard ... ....
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Here’s the 1st known right whale to die after injuries from Maine fishing gear

Bangor Daily News 15 Feb 2024
The whale that died and then washed up on the shore of Martha’s Vineyard on Jan ... Of that estimate, fewer than 70 are reproductively active females, according to scientists ... 31 ... Michael Moore NOAA Permit # 24359 / Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
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New research reveals New York Bight is an important year-round habitat for endangered fin whales

Phys Dot Org 15 Feb 2024
This new paper, published by Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) scientists in the journal Scientific Reports, reveals new insights about the presence ...
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Researchers studying ocean transform faults, describe a previously unknown part of the geological carbon cycle

Phys Dot Org 13 Feb 2024
The rock has a story to tell, says Frieder Klein, an associate scientist in the Marine Chemistry & Geochemistry Department at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) ... Peter and St ... DOI ... Provided by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Citation.
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Discovery of widespread coral diversity may change conservation efforts

Phys Dot Org 13 Feb 2024
There may be many more species of coral than we ever imagined—according to researchers from Boston University, The University of Rhode Island (URI), and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute (WHOI)—and ...

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