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Back on Board

Back on Board

Ken Rand and Diego Mello (foreground) work on the deck of R/V Oceanus during an April 2006 cruise in the Northwest Atlantic. The pair helped recover moorings as part of […]

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Seafloor Garden

Seafloor Garden

DSV Alvin’s manipulator collects a sample of coral during dive 3904 to the Kelvin Seamount off New England in July 2003. A video camera is visible at right. Read More

Which Way??

Which Way??

A polar signpost on the Western Antarctic Peninsula provides an unusual reference point for scientists working in and around the continent in February and March 2003. (Photo by Woods Hole Oceanographic […]

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A Whale’s Tail

A Whale's Tail

Jeremy Winn (University of Maine) harnesses a fiberglass replica of a right whale’s tail during tests with WHOI scientists in Marion Harbor, Mass. Scientists are trying to find ways to […]

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The Old Days

The Old Days

Sybil Campbell worked at WHOI from 1954 to 1960 as a research assistant with geochemist Vaughan Bowen. Bowen brought nuclear studies to WHOI, with research projects to detect the […]

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To the Rescue

To the Rescue

Deep Ocean Work Boat (DOWB), launched from R/V Lulu, was used to search for Alvin after it sank in late 1968 south of Nantucket when a cable on Alvin’s […]

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Over the Side

Over the Side

WHOI’s Paul Bouchard and NOAA Teacher At Sea, Eric Heltzel, launch adrifter during a 2005 cruise. Drifters are used to track surface currents and can be launched from ships […]

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