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The Woods Hole Coeanographic Institute is one of the finest research facilities in the world. Partnering with government agencies, academic institutions, non-government agencies and private companies, Woods Hole has been at the forefront of ground breaking research and development for nearly a century. This video is look at their storied history on the You Tube Channel for the book, Space and Ocean Exploration: The Alternative to the Military-Industrial Complex by Danny Quintana. The website for the book features all kinds of information about places like Woods Hole, such as Scripps Oceanographic Institute, and all kinds of material on space and ocean exploration and discovery. http://www.SpaceOceanExploration.com
Ars Technica's science editor John Timmer took a tour of the one-year old Woods Hole Oceanographic vessel Neil Armstrong during Fleet Week 2017 in NYC. Read the article: https://arstechnica.com/science/2017/06/stepping-on-neil-armstrong-ars-visits-the-navys-newest-research-vessel/ Connect with Ars Technica Magazine Online: Visit ArsTechnica.com: http://arstechnica.com Follow Ars Technica on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/arstechnica Follow Ars Technica on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+ArsTechnica/videos Follow Ars Technica on Twitter: https://twitter.com/arstechnica Touring the Woods Hole Oceanographic vessel Neil Armstrong | Ars Technica
In 2013, a team from the Oceanographic Systems Lab at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution took a specially equipped REMUS "SharkCam" underwater vehicle to Guadalupe Island in Mexico to film great white sharks in the wild. The captured more than they bargained for.
Part ONE: Scientists from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA on the research vessel R/V Oceanus undertake a three week cruise to study health and function of plankton in the western North Atlantic. The final installment in a 3 part series documenting the cruise, the research, and the scientists by ScienceMedia.nl from The Netherlands.
On June 15, 2013, James Cameron brought his submersible DEEPSEA CHALLENGER to the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution on Cape Cod. In 2012, Cameron used the sub to make the deepest solo dive on record--all the way to the deepest spot in the ocean, Challenger Deep in the Mariana Trench. One year later, Cameron donated the sub to WHOI so that engineers here could study the technological breakthroughs he made in designing DEEPSEA CHALLENGER and apply them to future generations of manned and robotic underwater vehicles. At the event marking the formal handover of the sub to WHOI, Cameron took questions from the audience gathered on the dock.
Part TWO: Scientists from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA on the research vessel R/V Oceanus undertake a three week cruise to study health and function of plankton in the western North Atlantic. The final installment in a 3 part series documenting the cruise, the research, and the scientists by ScienceMedia.nl from The Netherlands.
Description of my co-op in Communications at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI). Includes stock footage and images courtesy of WHOI, as well as images taken from smithsonianmag.com and joidesresolution.org. Thanks to my colleagues for their help. Music: Unbelievers - Vampire Weekend and Sea Cruise - Frankie Ford.
A brief report from Jay about what he learned.
During our trip to Cape Cod I took my Fiancée on the beautiful Falmouth bike trail for some swimming and a nice ride through Woods Hole, Falmouth, to the Oceanographic Institute (Aquarium) and then met with my family for a nice boat ride into the sunset with the dolphins. Was a great time, we hope you enjoy!
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Senior Scientist Scott Doney at the U.S. Center at COP15, Bella Center, Copenhagen, Denmark on December 15, 2009. Go to http://www.state.gov/video for text transcript and more video.
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution scrubs their Fukushima Cesium radiation contamination data. The test results from 2011 and 2012 seem to be gone, and some of their 2013-2014 data seems to be missing. Could it be tied to the arrest of anti-nuclear activist Dana Durnford?