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A diverse group of community members, local businesses, government officials, and science institutions came together yesterday to officially launch a self-guided climate walking trail in the village of Woods Hole. The ResilientWoodsHole (RWH) Climate Walking Trail opened to the public with a ribbon cutting ceremony at the Woods Hole Waterfront Park.
Learn about the history behind the ill-fated vessel and WHOI’s efforts to explore the wreck
(From left to right): WHOI Deputy Director and Vice President for Science and Engineering Rick Murray, Mass. Congressman William Keating, Mass. Senator Edward Markey, WHOI’s Carl Hartsfield, U.S. Commerce Secretary […]
Oceanographer cartologist Marie Tharp to be recognized during Women’s History Month
Woods Hole, MA. (March 11, 2021) – The Falmouth Planning Board has approved the name change of a street […]
Work by NOAA, WHOI and many other partners have helped monitor and protect countless marine species, including humpback whales (shown here lunge-feeding) and critically endangered right whales in waters […]
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Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) scientists appear in two shorts and a feature film at this year’s Woods Hole Film Festival (WHFF). In addition, scientists will also participate in Q&A […]