Researchers & Students
The National Ocean Sciences Accelerator Mass Spectrometry Facility provides analyses of 14C at natural abundance levels to the ocean sciences research community.
The Biological and Chemical Oceanography Data Management Office works with investigators to publish data from research projects funded by the Biological and Chemical Oceanography Sections and the Office of Polar Programs Antarctic Organisms & Ecosystems Program at the U.S. National Science Foundation.
Working to understand the impact of submarine groundwater discharge on chemical cycles in coastal ocean systems, especially the chemical cycles of naturally occurring radioisotopes (e.g. radium, radon), trace metals (e.g. barium, uranium), and nutrients (e.g. nitrate, phosphate).
Analytical support for the detection of natural and man-made radionuclides in environmental samples.
CTD, bottle, and event log from R/V KOK 2011 cruise available on WHOI's Biological and Chemical Oceanography Data Management Office (BCO-DMO). Also available here.
Trace metal and isotope ratio measurements.
Measuring the abundances of diverse trace elements and stable and radiogenic isotopes at micron scales.
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Impacts of the Fukushima nuclear power plant discharges on the ocean
Editor(s): K. Buesseler, H. Nies, M. Aoyama, P. Povinec, and M. Dai
A web site designed to provide information about radionuclides in drinking water and provide guidance and training to help the states and water systems comply with the standard.
MarIS is a GIS-based relational database covering the distribution of radioactive and stable isotopes in the marine environment and including oceanographic parameters, such as seawater temperature, salinity and bathymetry.