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IFLScience Meets: Open Ocean Explorer Rebecca Helm On The Voracious Appetites Of Jellyfish

IFL Science 18 Jun 2021
If ever there was a Twitter account to inspire a love and appreciation for the open ocean and its many bizarre and wondrous inhabitants, it would be Rebecca Helm’s ... What do you do? ... From there I moved to Woods Hole Massachusetts to work as a postdoctoral researcher at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, and then to Washington D.C ... - ... - ... .
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Ultra-Sensitive Radiation Detectors Provide Deeper Dive into Groundwater

Technology Org 17 Jun 2021
Scientists tap PNNL’s rare ability to measure argon-39 for new insights into groundwater ... In a recent study published in Science Advances magazine, physicists from PNNL partnered with the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, U.S ... The collaborative study with Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and the U.S ... (Photo by rvimages . iStockphoto.com) ... PNNL.
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Icebergs Once Made It To Southern Florida Pushed By Epic Glacial Floods

IFL Science 17 Jun 2021
Scorelines on the seafloor along North America's east coast testify to past upsurges of immense icebergs that scraped along the bottom ... Dr Alan Condron of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and Dr Jenna Hill of the United States Geological Survey is fully aware of the obstacles that make Odysseus's adventure ... Image credit. Jenna Hill, U.S ... .
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Icebergs drifting from Canada to southern Florida

Phys Dot Org 16 Jun 2021
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) climate modeler Dr. Alan Condron and United States Geological Survey (USGS) research geologist Dr ... These findings were published today in Nature Communications ... "The idea that icebergs can make it to Florida is amazing," said Condron ... Explore further ... DOI ... Provided by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution ... ....
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First global statistical analysis of harmful algal blooms

Phys Dot Org 08 Jun 2021
The study, which appears in Communications Earth & Environment was led by Gustaaf Hallegraeff at the University of Tasmania and included Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) biologist and director of the U.S ... "But these trends remain an open debate." ... Explore further. Algorithm for algal rhythms ... Provided by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
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Papers explore massive plankton blooms with very different ecosystem impacts

Phys Dot Org 07 Jun 2021
"The big mystery about plankton is what controls its distribution and abundance, and what conditions lead to big plankton blooms," said Dennis McGillicuddy, Senior Scientist and Department Chair in Applied Ocean Physics and Engineering at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) ... Provided by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
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Endangered right whales are shrinking

The Daily Astorian 07 Jun 2021
The research, with contributions from scientists with the New England Aquarium, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and Oregon State University, indicated that a prime reason for the animals’ recent stunted growth is entanglement in rope and fishing gear ... Promo Code. DIGI ... He added ... “We are in a very deep hole with right whales,” Mayo said ... ....
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Right whales are smaller than they used to be, in part due to commercial fishing ...

Henry Herald 05 Jun 2021
The study -- written by Joshua Stewart of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and his colleagues at the New England Aquarium, Oregon State University and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution -- documents the challenges faced by right whales as indicated by ...
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Russians behind cyberattack against Steamship Authority, Sen. Markey says

Cape Cod Times 05 Jun 2021
Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo took a tour of the NOAA facility as well as the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, where Raimondo announced a $470,000 grant to WHOI to develop a waterfront research infrastructure resiliency plan from the Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration.
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U.S. Department of Commerce Invests $470,000 to Protect Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution from Storms and Support Growth of Cape Cod’s Marine Science Industry (EDA - Economic Development Administration)

Public Technologies 04 Jun 2021
Raimondo today in Woods Hole, Massachusetts, announced that the Department's ... 'Woods Hole, Massachusetts is the epicenter of our nation's coastal research ecosystem and the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute (WHOI) is a key anchor of that ecosystem,' said Senator Ed Markey.
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Shrinking giants: North Atlantic right whales getting tinier

The Joplin Globe 04 Jun 2021
In the past, scientists and activists have concentrated solely on whale deaths, but now they realize there’s a problem afflicting surviving whales that can still cause populations to further dwindle, said study co-author Michael Moore, marine mammals director at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute.
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North Atlantic right whales getting tinier, study says

Times Free Press 04 Jun 2021
In the past, scientists and activists have concentrated solely on whale deaths, but now they realize there's a problem afflicting surviving whales that can still cause populations to further dwindle, said study co-author Michael Moore, marine mammals director at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute.
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Study: North Atlantic right whales are shrinking

LA Daily News 04 Jun 2021
In the past, scientists and activists have concentrated solely on whale deaths, but now they realize there’s a problem afflicting surviving whales that can still cause populations to further dwindle, said study co-author Michael Moore, marine mammals director at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute.
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North Atlantic right whales getting tinier

Gloucester Times 04 Jun 2021
In the past, scientists and activists have concentrated solely on whale deaths, but now they realize there’s a problem afflicting surviving whales that can still cause populations to further dwindle, said study co-author Michael Moore, marine mammals director at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute.
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