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For over a century, the MBLWHOI Library has been the intellectual heart of the Woods Hole scientific community. Today the Library is internationally recognized as defining current trends and practices in marine information sciences and bioinformatics.

The Marine Biological Laboratory and the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution maintain a vital partnership in the day-to-day operation of the MBLWHOI Library. The Library continues to build one of the most unique print and electronic literature collections in the biological, biomedical, ecological, and oceanographic sciences. The Library has broken the physical barriers of the charming village and surrounding waters of Woods Hole, to serve the cutting edge bio information needs of affiliated researchers worldwide, often no more than a single email message away.

Recent Publications

Spaet, Julia L. Y., Berumen, Michael L., Fish market surveys indicate unsustainable elasmobranch fisheries in the Saudi Arabian Red Sea, Fisheries Research (2015)

Wilkinson, J. P., Boyd, T., Hagen, B., Maksym, T., Pegau, S., more..., Detection and quantification of oil under sea ice: the view from below, Cold Regions Science and Technology (2015)

Fritsch, Erika B., Stegeman, John J., Goldstone, Jared V., Nacci, Diane E., Champlin, Denise, more..., Expression and function of ryanodine receptor related pathways in PCB tolerant Atlantic killifish (Fundulus heteroclitus) from New Bedford Harbor, MA, USA, Aquatic Toxicology (2015)

Goldman, Johanna A. L., Kranz, Sven A., Young, Jodi N., Tortell, Philippe D., Stanley, Rachel H. R., more..., Gross and net production during the spring bloom along the Western Antarctic Peninsula, New Phytologist (2015)

Spaet, Julia L. Y., Berumen, Michael L., Fish market surveys indicate unsustainable elasmobranch fisheries in the Saudi Arabian Red Sea, Fisheries Research (2015)