Re-live the best of 2022 with this montage showcasing just some of WHOI’s ocean science, technology, and engineering highlights. WHOI researchers are active in upwards of 800 projects around the world at any time, providing critical information about some of the most urgent challenges facing humanity and the planet we call home. As part of the WHOI community, we thank you for your dedication to our ocean, our future, and our planet. Best wishes for a happy and healthy 2023!
Featuring the following: R/V Neil Armstrong in the Arctic ECHO Antarctica Daniel P. Zitterbart Sentry testing Mississippi River Sampling Alkalinity Coral Reef Surveying in USVI HOV Alvin Science Verification Marsh Coring in PEI Acoustic Coral Research COP27 Ocean Pavilion Ocean Worlds Rutgers Field lab New WHOI Buoy deployment ©CMA CGM R/V Tioga and R/V Neil Armstrong together R/V Neil Armstrong and R/V Atlantis together Sen. Edward Markey with WHOI/MIT students at the Ocean Pavilion Ocean of Opportunity Event DISCO WARP-AUV OTZ research Mesobot Glider Stingray video recorder Antarctic seals and penguins