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R/V KnorrFabian Batista in the NOSAMS Facility
Frederick Sayles and Joanne GoudreauSenior Scientist and OLI Director Dr. Laurence P. Madin
Ellen Roosen with core samplesChris Taylor with Jason II
JP Student Desiree Platanew biogeochemistry lab
R/V TiogaMechanic Christopher M. Griner
Senior Welder Geoffrey Ekblaw works on a REMUSseafloor samples in the McLean Laboratory
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A Day in the Life
In October 2004, photographer Daniel W. Webb from the Enterprise newspaper spent a single day at WHOI documenting the work of scientists, engineers, mechanics, and construction crews.
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R/V Knorr
Representative of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution's position as the world's largest independent oceanographic institution is the 279-foot R/V Knorr, moored with the Bigelow Laboratory in the background. (Daniel W. Webb/Falmouth Enterprise)
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