Oceanic biology is extraordinarily complex in the diversity of organisms that inhabit the seas, their life habits, and in how they interact with and contribute to essential global processes. Research in the Biology Department at WHOI continues to be very broad in the subjects studied and the approaches employed to identify and understand the diversity of organisms and their functions. WHOI biologists study organisms from the smallest scale (marine viruses and bacteria) to the largest (whales). This site includes reports on past and current research projects, information on talks and seminars, and a list of 12 working group sections that include discussion sections and informational links. This site also includes links to educational opportunities for academic exercises for students from kindergarten through PhD level education. This resource is part of the Biocomplexity collection. http://serc.carleton.edu/biocomplexity/
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