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Life at Lonar Crater

Under Construction

Whale Necropsy at Sea

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Whale Necropsy at Sea

Diatoms

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Diatoms

Mooring Recovery Operation

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History of WHOI Ships

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History of WHOI Ships

Seeing Red in New England Waters

A Gallery of Protists

Marine Life Adaptations to Light

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VPR Photo Gallery

Two ADCPs are often lowered together, one facing the surface and the other facing the bottom, to double the length of the current profile. The metal cage around the ADCPs that Senior Engineering Assistant Scott Worrilow of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution is helping overboard holds the instruments in place and protects them from accidental bangs against the ship's hull. (Claudia Cenedese)

ADCP Photo Gallery

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Images from the Bottom of the Earth

Lava flowing at night during from the Pu’u Oo eruption on Kilauea volcano Hawaii in April, 2000. Scale across photo is about 1 meter.

Lava Slideshow