Virtual Ocean Dialogues 2021

This new project will help us understand, monitor, predict and protect the ocean 

A detailed observation and understanding of the ocean is vital to securing our future and the 'blue economy.' Image: REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

Peter de Menocal
President and Director, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Member of Friends of Ocean Action
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Ocean Twilight Zone Observation Network. Image: Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution


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