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On a calm, cold afternoon in January, a team from the Oceanographic Systems Lab at WHOI took a REMUS 6000 autonomous underwater vehicle for a test run in Woods Hole Harbor with R/V Knorr as a backdrop. READ MORE
A new study shows the U.S. could see more frequent and more intense hurricanes due to climate change.
The Video Plankton Recorder allows scientists to capture stunning images of microscopic life in the ocean.
Thirteen WHOI scientists are featured in this publication, which reviews how women overcome barriers to advancing their oceanographic careers.
The findings highlight the vital role ocean mixing plays in whether this nutrient reaches organisms at the surface.
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Eco-drones Aid Researchers in Fight to Save the Environment
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Filmmakers Set Sights on '52', World's Loneliest Whale
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