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June 11, 2008

Knorr Skirts Ice to Search for 'Arctic Haze'

WHOI research ship helps track pollutants and their impacts near the Pole
Source: Oceanus Magazine
June 4, 2008

She's Got the Whole Fleet in Her Hands

A conversation with WHOI ship scheduler Liz Caporelli
Source: Oceanus Magazine
March 13, 2008

Knorr Shoots the Moon (Pool) to Drill for Coral

Coral cores offer an unprecedented record of the rise and fall of Earth's sea level
Source: Oceanus Magazine
December 7, 2007

Going for the GUSTO (Mooring)

WHOI engineers and the Oceanus crew rescue a wounded buoy
Source: Oceanus Magazine
May 31, 2007

Of Sons and Ships and Science Cruises

A conversation with Capt. A.D. Colburn of the research vessel Atlantis
Source: Oceanus Magazine
March 20, 2007

Two Ships Passing Passengers in the Night

WHOI research vessels Knorr and Tioga rendezvous at sea to evacuate injured mate
Source: Oceanus Magazine
Two Ships and a Sub
December 1, 2005

Three Ships and a Sub

Keeping up with the research vessels Knorr, Atlantis, Oceanus, and the deep-sea submersible Alvin
Source: Oceanus Magazine
rapid response
May 2, 2005

Rapid Response

Scientists scramble for rare opportunity to catch an underwater volcanic eruption in action
Source: Oceanus Magazine
The Cacophony on the Coast
January 27, 2005

The Cacophony on the Coast

The Navy's deep-ocean acoustic detection methods don't apply in complex shallow waters
Source: Oceanus Magazine
For the Navy, the Coast Isn't Clear
January 25, 2005

For the Navy, the Coast Isn't Clear

Oceanographers mobilize to help the Navy operate effectively in complex, shallow waters
Source: Oceanus Magazine
Realizing the Dreams  of da Vinci and Verne
August 27, 2004

Realizing the Dreams of da Vinci and Verne

A diverse fleet of innovative deep-submergence vehicles heralds a new era of ocean exploration
Source: Oceanus Magazine
Unique Vehicles for a Unique Environment
August 23, 2004

A Unique Vehicle for a Unique Environment

New autonomous robots will pierce an ice-covered ocean and explore the Arctic abyss
Source: Oceanus Magazine
A Sea Change in Ocean Drilling
April 1, 2004

A Sea Change in Ocean Drilling

Scientists launch a new drill ship and ambitious research plans
Source: Oceanus Magazine
Replacing the Fleet
April 1, 1997

Replacing the Fleet

15 years from Concept to Delivery
Source: Oceanus Magazine
Access to the Sea
April 1, 1997

Access to the Sea

Encompasses Ships, Submersibles,
Autonomous and Remote Vehicles, Observatories,
Drifters, Extreme Climate Capability, and Drilling
Source: Oceanus Magazine
WHOI and Access to the Sea
April 1, 1997

WHOI and Access to the Sea

Source: Oceanus Magazine
A Northern Winter
April 1, 1997

A Northern Winter

Preparing R/V Knorr for the North Atlantic and Labrador Sea
Source: Oceanus Magazine

WHOI News Releases

November 17, 2006

WHOI Receives $1 Million Gift to Encourage Innovation in Technology

Longtime friend and supporter Townsend Hornor of Osterville to be Honored
Source: Media Relations
Tioga
April 14, 2004

WHOI Launches Coastal Vessel Tioga

Source: Media Relations
Gagosian
April 30, 2003

Construction Begins on WHOI's New Coastal Vessel

Source: Media Relations
March 26, 2001

Dive and Discover Web Site Puts Classrooms on the Frontier of Ocean Exploration

Indian Ocean Cruise Set for March 27 to May 5, 2001
Source: Media Relations
Mary Sears
October 17, 2000

http://www.whoi.edu/media/USNS_marysears.html

USNS MARY SEARS First Naval Research Vessel Named for a Woman
Source: Media Relations
July 8, 1996

Retirement of Research Vessel Atlantis II Marks the End of An Era

National Science Foundation Director Neal Lane to Speak at Farewell Ceremony
Source: Media Relations
Atlantis Christening
February 1, 1996

Atlantis Launched February 1

U.S. Ocean Research Fleet's Newest Vessel
Source: Media Relations
AGOR
August 1, 1995

Atlantis (AGOR-25) Construction Update

Source: Media Relations