Joining the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution research mission aboard the R/V Atlantis

Joining the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution research mission aboard the R/V Atlantis

Joining the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution research mission aboard the R/V Atlantis Don't be fooled by phytoplankton microscopic size, the creature is among the most vital organisms for the ocean and planet's survival Share Shares Copy Link CopyHide Transcript Show Transcript>> SCIENCE AT SEA, NEXT ON \"CHRONICLE.\" WE JOINED THEM FOR 30 DAYS IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC TO RESEARCH THE COMPLEX CYCLE OF PHYTOPLANKTON IN THE OCEAN. SO WHEN NASA TECHNOLOGY IN SPACE CHALLENGED THE WAY SCIENTISTS UNDERSTOOD THE PHYTOPLANKTON BLOOM, SCIENCE CHANGED. SHAYNA: SCIENCE RESEARCH FUNDING IS HIGHLY COMPETITIVE. DR. BARREN-FELD SAYS HE CAME UP WITH THE IDEA OF ADDING THE VARIOUS FIELDS OF STUDY TO THE MISSION.

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