|The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) applauds your exploration of ocean science! Offered below are several on-line resources that may bring answers to your questions about oceanography.
From the WHOI Information Office, the WHOI Sea Grant Office, and the WHOI Web Server:
From the National Marine Fisheries Service:
From the Smithsonian Institution's Ocean Planet Exhibition:
- Frequently Asked Questions (and Answers) about WHOI:
What is WHOI?
Where is WHOI?
What can I see and do at WHOI?
What can I do in the village of Woods Hole?
How can I get involved with WHOI?
What programs do you offer for children?
Where are WHOI's ships right now?
What are some of the research projects WHOI is involved in around the world?
What are some of the research projects WHOI is involved in on Cape Cod?
Where is WHOI's aquarium?
How can I get a job in oceanography, especially at WHOI?
What publications can I order from WHOI?
Where can I buy WHOI merchandise?
- Frequently Asked Questions (and Answers) about Oceanography and Oceans:
What are the deepest parts of the ocean?
Why is the ocean blue?
What are the seven seas?
What causes tides?
What is red tide?
What is bioluminescence?
Why are jellyfish clear?
- On-line Oceanographic Information Resources, by Subject
: biology, chemistry, geology/geography, ocean engineering, oceanography, physical oceanography, science and engineering, space and astronomy, weather and climate, and more
- Resource Room: links to compilations of oceanographic resources, information about the ocean and environment, questions and answers about the ocean and environment, and more