Posts Tagged ‘Policy’
OTZ at COP27
This year, the ocean will occupy a more prominent position than it ever has at any previous UN Climate Conference.…Read More
Spotlight: Ciara Willis
MIT-WHOI Joint Program student Ciara Willis works with OTZ scientist Simon Thorrold’s Fish Ecology Research Lab at the Woods Hole…Read More
Where Does the Carbon Go?
Following the trail of marine snow with members of WHOI’s Café Thorium By Elise Hugus MIT-WHOI Joint Program Student Samantha…Read More
OTZ Project Endorsed by the U.N.
It’s official: the OTZ Project has been formally recognized by the United Nations! We’re now an endorsed project of the…Read More
Fishing in the Twilight Zone: Illuminating governance challenges at the next fisheries frontier
Scientists have known since the 1970s that the ocean’s vast twilight zone could contain huge quantities of fish. Technology now…Read More
The Lungs of the Earth: Shifting a Metaphor from Superstition to Science
The $500 billion question
WHOI marine chemist Ken Buesseler (right), one of the authors of the study, deploys a sediment trap used to study…Read More
How Deep Does the Plastic Problem Go?
Our friends at Scripps Institution of Oceanography took a close look at plastics in the twilight zone. A very close…Read More
Policy activities by members of the OTZ team have fallen into two categories: research and reporting, and leadership and influence.…Read More
The Ocean Twilight Zone’s Impact on Climate
Scientists have long understood that the oceans can remove heat-trapping carbon from the atmosphere. As it does so, it can…Read More