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Publications - General Audience

» 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)

» Effects 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 2003, 413.

» 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 1997.

» Assessing Contributions of JGOFS; Previewing Studies in Ocean Ecology, Biogeochemistry. (PDF)

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