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Massachusetts Governor Maura Healey visits WHOI

Healey-Driscoll administration “leans in” on climate, Blue Economy research at WHOI

On the Move

The Coastal Pioneer Array is moving south in 2024. WHOI’s Al Plueddemann discusses the array’s importance and its upcoming move

A Pioneering Vision

A Pioneering Vision

In 2005, scientists at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution devised a revolutionary plan: They would deploy about 150 scientific instruments in coastal waters south of Martha’s Vineyard to try to understand what makes that region of […]

All the Ocean's a Stage

All the Ocean’s a Stage

“All right, Mr. Brickley, the show begins at two o’clock,” John Kemp announced as he entered the ship’s main lab on Saturday afternoon. Kemp is the deck operations leader for our expedition aboard Woods Hole […]

The Icebot

The Icebot

Flying Blind in the Ice Factory

Flying Blind in the Ice Factory

Al Plueddemann wants to push the envelope and fly a robotic vehicle into the wild blue under the polar ice cap.

North of Alaska lies a key region for understanding Earth’s climate. In this place, huge […]

Is Global Warming Changing the Arctic?

In the Arctic, the air, sea ice, and underlying ocean all interact in a delicately balanced system. Four ambitious Arctic projects are pulling back the icy veil that shrouds our understanding of the Arctic Ocean?s role in our climate system. (First of a five-part series.)