Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution helps lead groundbreaking study on the human and ocean health impacts of ocean plastics
For the first time, leading researchers from the fields of healthcare, ocean science, and social science have collaborated to quantify plastic’s considerable risks to all life on Earth. The Minderoo-Monaco Commission on Plastics and Human Health report, released today, presents…
By Zoleka Filander and llustrated by Patricia Hooning Where the Weird Things Are is the first children’s book from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) and is inspired by the groundbreaking work of the Ocean Twilight Zone (OTZ) project, and…
WHOI is part of a collaborative study, offering new insight into the extraterrestrial origins of our lakes, rivers and oceans
WHOI joins experts from Scripps Institution of Oceanography and American Geophysical Union on ocean-based carbon dioxide removal panel
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Collaborates with Boston Ballet on New Production Focusing on the Ocean
La Mer will make its world premiere on April 6
A Better Understanding of Gas Exchange Between the Atmosphere and Ocean Can Improve Global Climate Models
If scientists can improve the way models represent physical processes such as gas exchange, they can have more confidence in future simulations.
New location offers opportunities for new science observations with continued open access
The Bay Is a harbinger for estuaries worldwide, say researchers
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution releases rare video footage from the first submersible dives to RMS Titanic
In the submersible Alvin, the mission was the first time humans set eyes on the wreck since it sank nearly 75 years earlier.
Understanding differences in land vs. sea temperatures may improve climate models, says WHOI study
A team of scientists, including those from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI), have combined stalagmites and climate model simulations to reveal links between monsoon rains and tropical cyclones in Australia.
Scientists studying reefs in Palau have identified subgroups of a coral species that exhibit remarkable tolerance to the extreme heat associated with marine heatwaves
Wandering albatrosses’ wingspan of up to 11 feet and is the largest known of any living bird, and yet wandering albatrosses fly while hardly flapping their wings. Instead, they depend on dynamic soaring in addition to updrafts and turbulence.
The Ocean Pavilion, the first time the ocean has been a singular focus of a pavilion inside the central “Blue Zone,” will host approximately 60 sessions over the two-week period, Nov. 6-18.
Funding is part of $3 million economic development package secured by Falmouth legislators.
When scientists discovered a hydrothermal vent site in the Arctic Ocean’s Aurora hydrothermal system in 2014, they did not immediately realize just how exciting their discovery was.
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Elects New Corporation Members and Chairs at Recent Joint Meetings
The Board of Trustees of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) recently welcomed five new Corporation Members.
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution honored with IEEE Milestone for Technical Innovation and Excellence
HOV Alvin recognized as one of world’s most important deep-sea scientific instruments
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution among research groups that offer key findings to support federal protection of species, increasingly under siege by climate change
Unique partnership with Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and veteran leadership team deploys vital capital to blue economy ‘narwhals’ at the nexus of ocean innovation, science and technology.