» A Journey to the Ocean's Twilight Zone, Oceanus, August 16, 2006.
A conversation with marine biogeochemist Ken Buesseler: A torrent of particles rains down through the ocean's dimly lit regions, providing food for organisms below and sequestering some heat-trapping carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. A WHOI biogeochemist investigates what makes it into the ocean's twilight zone and what makes it out.
» Swimming in the Rain, Oceanus, August 16, 2006.
Novel untethered vehicle catches 'marine snow' falling through the sea: At first, critics said it shouldn't be done. Then they wondered whether it could be done. Finally, WHOI scientists and engineers built an innovative device to capture a fundamental but still mysterious ocean phenomenon.
» For a fun article
about our work, check out this short piece on serving espresso
and science on the high seas. (PDF)
of Ocean Fertilization with Iron to Remove Carbon Dioxide
from the Atmosphere Reported, April 2004 News Release
from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
» Spotts, P.N., Voyage
to ocean's 'Twilight Zone', The Christian Science
Monitor, February 12, 2004.
» Steinberg, D., H. Ducklow, K.O. Buesseler and M. Bowles
(2003). International symposium
celebrates completion of JGOFS and previews future studies
in ocean ecology and biogeochemistry. (PDF) EOS, 84(40), 7 October
» Fertilizing the Ocean with
Iron, 1999 Annual Report from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
» Buesseler, K.O., Measuring
the "F" in JGOFS? A New Way to Catch the Rain. (PDF)
U.S. JGOFS News 10,2 (1999).
» Valdez, J.R., Buesseler, K.O. and Price, J.F., A
New Way to Catch the Rain. (PDF) Oceanus Fall/Winter
Contributions of JGOFS; Previewing Studies in Ocean Ecology,