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Smithsonian Releases Season Two of Sidedoor Podcast

"Sidedoor," the Smithsonian's podcast, returns today to begin its second season. The podcast transports audiences behind the scenes with stories that can't always be told through a museum exhibit.

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Halmos College of Natural Sciences and Oceanography, National Coral Reef Management Fellows Program, NOAA, Coral Reef, coral reef conservation, U.S. Department of the Interior Office of Insular Affairs

Nova Southeastern University Continues to Oversee National Coral Reef Fellowship Program

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NSU will be overseeing the National Coral Reef Management Fellowship Program with NOAA and U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Office of Insular Affairs

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Ocean, Waves, Global Climate, internal waves, deep ocean circulation, wave beams, ocean topography, Zhiwu Chen, Jieshuo Xie, Jiexin Xu, Yinghui He, Shuqun Cai, Chinese Academy of Sciences, PHYSICS OF FLUIDS

Wave Beams Mix and Stir the Ocean to Create Climate

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Waves deep within the ocean play an important role in establishing ocean circulation, arising when tidal currents oscillate over an uneven ocean bottom. The internal waves generated by this process stir and mix the ocean, bringing cold, deep water to the surface to be warmed by the sun. This week in the Physics of Fluids, investigators how to tell which way internal waves will go. The proposed theory unifies several previously understood explanations of wave propagation.

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Differences in Sea Spray Particle Chemistry Linked to Formation Processes of Drops by Bubbles in Breaking Waves

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A team of researchers led by the University of California San Diego has identified for the first time what drives the observed differences in the chemical make-up of sea spray particles ejected from the ocean by breaking waves.

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Sound Waves Direct Particles to Self-Assemble, Self-Heal

Berkeley Lab scientists have demonstrated how floating particles will assemble and synchronize in response to acoustic waves. Their simple experiment provides a new framework for studying how seemingly lifelike behaviors emerge in response to external forces. The work could help address fundamental questions about energy dissipation and non-equilibrium thermodynamics.

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10-Year Plan 'Much Too Little, Too Late' for Ecological Collapse of Salton Sea

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Drill Holes in Fossil Shells Point to Bigger Predators Picking on Small Prey

The drill holes left in fossil shells by hunters such as snails and slugs show marine predators have grown steadily bigger and more powerful over time but stuck to picking off small prey, rather than using their added heft to pursue larger quarry, new research shows.







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