Stories in the Air

Scientists recount discoveries and collaboration in honor of Bermuda’s Tudor Hill Marine Atmospheric Observatory restoration

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A Nose for Nitrogen

New BIOS faculty member Damian Grundle studies how this life-sustaining nutrient cycles in the ocean

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Scientist at Work: A Conversation with Hans Christian Steen-Larsen

Climatologist Hans Christian Steen-Larsen joined BIOS in March as an adjunct scientist, to continue and expand his innovative research at the Tudor Hill Marine Atmospheric Observatory. Currently a researcher at the Center for Ice and Climate at the University of Copenhagen, Steen-Larsen has traversed the globe gathering data to reconstruct past climates and to improve current climate models.

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NASA Steps Up to Track the Shrinking of Earth’s Coral Reefs

The COral Reef Airborne Laboratory, known as CORAL, will use a state-of-the-art spectrometer to map reefs in four locations: Hawaii, Palau, the Mariana Islands, and parts of the Great Barrier Reef. These maps will provide a baseline comparison for future surveys. Climate change and the recent widespread coral bleaching events make such a project only more urgent. Read more at Wired.com

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