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Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution,

at Woods Hole, Mass.; est. 1930. In addition to oceanographic research, it conducts important work in meteorology, biology, geology, and geophysics. Its facilities include laboratories and several oceangoing research vessels, including the research ship Atlantis and the submersible Alvin, which discovered the wrecks of the Titanic and Bismarck. Woods Hole is also the site of the U.S. Marine Biological Laboratory and the U.S. Bureau of Commercial Fisheries Biological Laboratory and Aquarium.
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Tracy Mincer of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute in Falmouth - who is an authority on the subject, they said.
Kakani Katija Young, who worked on the original paper, and her team at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, explained how to use a Self-Contained Underwater Velocimetry Apparatus (SCUVA).
Atlantis was named after the two-masted boat that served as the primary research vessel for the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute in Massachusetts from 1930 to 1966.
7 million litres per second, according to researchers led by Sarah Das of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute.
The extra melted area was three times the size of Texas," says Peter Winsor, a researcher at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute.
His stories introduce readers to anglers who attest to declining populations of striped sea bass, bird-watchers looking for golden plovers, and researchers from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute.
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There are a number of factors that go into making hurricanes," says Ruth Curry, research specialist at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute.
The US-based Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute predicts that up to 108,000 square miles of forest could be lost in the next 35 years as better roads allow easier access to undisturbed forest.
The NIST scientists worked with scientists and volunteers from the New England Aquarium, the Northeast Stranding Network, the NMFS and the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute to obtain samples for inclusion in the NMMTB.