Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center

Multimedia

Filter Total Items: 727
USGS scientists stand on the edge of a ship, preparing equipment to go into the ocean
December 31, 2015

Sediment Sampling for Gas Hydrate

USGS scientists collect sediment samples in a gas hydrates area during a cruise on the U.S. Atlantic margin in 2015.

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.

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

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.

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

...
Waves breaking over offshore reefs on Kwajalein Atoll, in the Marshall Islands
December 2, 2015

Breaking waves, Marshall Islands

Waves breaking over offshore reefs on Kwajalein Atoll, in the Marshall Islands, where reefs are protecting developed land from flooding.

 

Image of submerged flux chamber
October 22, 2015

Benthic Flux Chamber

The oxygen-regulated benthic flux chamber measures fluxes of water and chemical species across the sediment water interface. It is shown here deployed in the subtidal discharge zone in Indian River Bay, DE, USA