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Past Research

Research during 2012 - 2018

The major goal of the Woods Hole Center for Oceans and Human Health (WHCOHH) during 2012 - 2018 is to carry out research on harmful algal bloom (HAB) detection and bloom dynamics, and HAB toxin effects, through a strong and integrated set of research projects, in the context of a Center structure.

Research during 2003 - 2011

Past research at the WHCOHH examined a variety of oceanographic issues, ranging from modeling Alexandrium populations in the Gulf of Maine to the distribution of pathogens in coastal waters. Included are also the center's many pilot projects and information regarding the Genomics Core Facility.