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Cooperative Institute for Climate and Ocean Research (CICOR)

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The Cooperative Institute for Climate and Ocean Research (CICOR) at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution acts a link to harness the scientific and technical expertise at WHOI in service to the missions and goals of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). More specifically, CICOR catalyzes collaborations between NOAA and WHOI on research on the ocean’s role in climate, the coastal ocean, and marine ecosystems. CICOR also provides access for NOAA projects to use WHOI facilities, including research vessels, and manned and unmanned underwater vehicles. CICOR strengthens relationships between the two institutions that have been forged over decades by many WHOI scientists and technicians who have worked with NOAA researchers.

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Last updated: March 4, 2010

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