Coast Guard, Woods Hole researchers rescue 13 from sinking vessel off Virginia coast
Adapt or retreat:
No solution is off the table to prepare for sea level rise in Woods Hole
UAF’s Seward Marine Center celebrates a half-century of supporting marine research
Coast Guard Cutter Polar Star completes 12-week deployment in Bering Strait region
The U.S. Coast Guard’s sole heavy icebreaker, Polar Star, recently broke the nation’s 40-year winter absence from icy waters above the Arctic Circle while on a 12-week deployment to the Bering Strait region.
Seattle-based Coast Guard icebreaker returns home after first mission in nearly 40 years to wintertime Arctic
UVM commissions $3.9 million hybrid electric/diesel vessel for Lake Champlain research
The winch is operated using a single wireless joystick developed by engineers at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. The UVM boat will be the first in the world to use this technology.
Gift enables new investments in ocean technologies
35 Years Ago: STS-51J – First Flight of Space Shuttle Atlantis
Space shuttle Atlantis, named after the two-masted research vessel used by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution between 1930 and 1966, was the fourth space-qualified orbiter to join the fleet
Atlantis getting ‘midlife fitting’ at Dakota Creek
The Atlantis is a scientific research vessel owned by the U.S. Navy Office of Naval Research and operated by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, a nonprofit ocean research and education organization based in Massachusetts.