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Image of data processing on the M/V Scarlett Isabella
December 31, 2015

Data Processing Center on the M/V Scarlett Isabella

Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center personnel process data in the dry lab on the M/V Scarlett Isabella

Map showing the change in modern sediment thickness in meters between 1996-1997 and 2011 offshore of Fire Island
December 31, 2015

Map showing the change in modern sediment thickness Fire Island, NY

Map showing the change in modern sediment thickness in meters between 1996-1997 and 2011 offshore of Fire Island. Green areas indicate 

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Relative seagrass biomass in West Falmouth Harbor, MA
December 31, 2015

Relative seagrass biomass in West Falmouth Harbor, MA

Relative seagrass biomass in West Falmouth Harbor, MA, under current and potential future nitrogen loading scenarios. Seagrass biomass increases in western (seaward) portions of the harbor while eastern (landward) areas see new colonization by seagrass.

Map of daily-averaged ocean surface current data
December 31, 2015

Map of daily-averaged ocean surface current data

Map of daily-averaged ocean surface current data integrated from multiple IOOS Partner forecast models

Photograph of Laura Brothers in front of computer equipment.
December 31, 2015

Lights! Camera! Action!

Dr. Laura Brothers preparing to collect visual imagery aboard the RV Rafael as part of the launch of the MiniSEABOSS while doing work off of Nantucket. The MiniSEABOSS collects samples, photos and video of the seafloor.

marsh, rocky coast, barrier beach, coastal bluff
December 31, 2015

Sea-level rise effects vary in geomorphology and ecology

The effects of sea-level rise will vary by differences in the geomorphology and ecology of the landscape.  Images show marsh (top left) rocky coast (top right), barrier beach (bottom left), and coastal bluff (bottom right)

Illustration of the NIMBBLE (New instrument for making bottom boundary layer evaluations)
December 31, 2015

Illustration of the NIMBBLE (New instrument for making bottom boun

Illustration of the NIMBBLE (New instrument for making bottom boundary layer evaluations). The NIMBBLE is a low-profile platform with two acoustic Doppler velocimeters and an upward-looking acoustic Doppler profilers.

Scientist collects samples from a temporary wooden platform in a New Jersey salt marsh
December 31, 2015

USGS scientist collects samples in a New Jersey salt marsh

Caption: USGS scientist Zafer Defne measures water and sediment movement at Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge, New Jersey. Defne is co-author with USGS' Neil Ganju of a 2017 study on how to estimate coastal salt marshes' potential longevity, based on their sediment budgets and the ratio of open water to vegetation. Photo: Sandra Brosnahan, USGS

Sandy Brosnahan transporting a weather buoy into the Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center’s operational facility in prep
December 31, 2015

Special Delivery

Sandy Brosnahan transporting a weather buoy into the Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center’s operational facility in preparation for deployment. This buoy was one of 6 deployed to measure wind speed, direction, pressure, and temperature off the coast of Fire Island, NY. Paired with each weather buoy was a subsurface tripod measuring surface waves, pressure, current

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Map of Gulf of Mexico
December 31, 2015

Gulf of Mexico

A GIS compilation of Updated Vector Shorelines and Associated Shoreline Change Data for the Gulf of Mexico Coast