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    • Leveraging the GeoLink Knowledge Base for Cruise Information 

      Mickle, Audrey; Fils, Douglas; Shepherd, Adam (Federation of Earth Science Information Partners, 2016-12-21)
      Open Linked Data (LOD) is providing an excellent opportunity for repositories, libraries, and archives to expand the use of their holdings and advance the work of researchers. The implementation of the GeoLink Knowledgebase ...
    • Getting Started with Data Management & DMPTool at WHOI 

      Mickle, Audrey (2017-01-25)
      Introduction to DMP Tool for WHOI staff given on January 26th, 2017. Presentation adapted from
    • Open Access : the Power of One (or, how one individual moved an institution toward adopting an open access policy) 

      Manning, Cara C. (2016-10-25)
      A presentation and discussion on the ongoing process to elevate open access in Woods Hole, sponsored by the MBLWHOI Library in observance of International Open Access week. Presented 25 October 2016 at the Smith Lab, Woods ...
    • Key components of data publishing : using current best practices to develop a reference model for data publishing 

      Austin, Claire C; Bloom, Theodora; Dallmeier-Tiessen, Sunje; Khodiyar, Varsha; Murphy, Fiona; Nurnberger, Amy; Raymond, Lisa; Stockhause, Martina; Tedds, Jonathan; Vardigan, Mary; Whyte, Angus (2015-12-04)
      Availability of workflows for data publishing could have an enormous impact on researchers, research practices and publishing paradigms, as well as on funding strategies and career and research evaluations. We present the ...
    • Central spindle self-organization and cytokinesis in artificially activated sea urchin eggs 

      Henson, John H.; Buckley, Mary W.; Yeterian, Mesrob; Weeks, Richard M.; Simerly, Calvin R.; Shuster, Charles B. (Marine Biological Laboratory, 2016-04)
      The ability of microtubules of the mitotic apparatus to control the positioning and initiation of the cleavage furrow during cytokinesis was first established from studies on early echinoderm embryos. However, the ...
    • Ocean data publication cookbook 

      Leadbetter, Adam; Raymond, Lisa; Chandler, Cynthia L.; Pikula, Linda; Pissierssens, Peter; Urban, Ed (UNESCO, 2013)
      Executive summary: This “Cookbook” has been written for data managers and librarians who are interested in assigning a permanent identifier to a dataset for the purposes of publishing that dataset online and for the citation ...
    • No Repository is an Island: Putting the WHOAS community repository in a geoscience context [poster] 

      Mickle, Audrey (E-Science Symposium, University of Massachusetts Medical School, 2016-04-06)
      The MBLWHOI Library is partner in the NSF-funded EarthCube building block, GeoLink, whose goal is to push the boundaries of semantic technology in cross-repository discovery within the geosciences field. GeoLink has created ...
    • Axonal maintenance, glia, exosomes, and heat shock proteins 

      Tytell, Michael; Lasek, Raymond J.; Gainer, Harold (F1000 Research, 2016-02-22)
      Of all cellular specializations, the axon is especially distinctive because it is a narrow cylinder of specialized cytoplasm called axoplasm with a length that may be orders of magnitude greater than the diameter of the ...
    • Publishing returns to the Academy 

      Goldstone, Heather M. H.; Skomal, Susan; Markie, Michael; Brand, Amy; Gray, Joshua P. (MBLWHOI Library, 2015-10-23)
      Panel and audience conversations about exploring some of the new models through which science publishing can evolve, empowering researchers and the research community to have more critical input in the publishing process
    • Evaluation of local tolerance of a plant extract by the slug mucosal irritation (SMI) assay 

      Veryser, Lieselotte; Lenoir, Joke; Boonen, Jente; Bracke, Nathalie; Wynendaele, Evelien; Adriaens, Els; Nelis, Hans; De Wever, Bram; Remon, Jean-Paul; De Spiegeleer, Bart (, 2015-01)
      This article describes the performance of a laboratory exercise, the Slug Mucosal Irritation (SMI) assay, carried out by third year undergraduate students, to investigate the local tolerance of an ethanolic plant extract. ...
    • MBLWHOI Library Report January 1, 2014- December 31, 2014 

      Walton, Jennifer (MBLWHOI Library, 2015)
    • Facilitating open exchange of data and information 

      Gallagher, James; Orcutt, John A.; Simpson, Pauline; Wright, Dawn J.; Pearlman, Jay; Raymond, Lisa (2014-09-22)
      By broad consensus, Open Data presents great value. However, beyond that simple statement, there are a number of complex, and sometimes contentious, issues that the science community must address. In this review, we ...
    • Development of an Animal Models Systems Laboratory: for Undergraduate Students 

      McGinnis, Courtney; Priscilla, Encarnacao (, 2014)
      Students will work in groups through learner-centered instruction to design and carry out experiments using one of four model systems listed: Drosophila melanogaster (Fruit Fly), Caenorhabditis elgans (Roundworm), Dugesia ...
    • Warm Core Ring Project 12-29 June, 1982 

      Phinney, David A.; Garside, Jean C.; Langton, Elizabeth W. (Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, 1984-01)
      The main objective of the third warm core ring cruise was revisitation of ring 82-B and the surrounding water masses. Located off the Baltimore Canyon, 82-B continued to be \vell suited to the program. With activities ...
    • Warm Core Ring Project 19 April - 6 May, 1982 

      Phinney, David A.; Langton, Elizabeth W.; Garside, Jean C. (Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, 1983-12)
      The second cruise of the Warm Core Rings program marks the beginning of an intensive season of field study. Again, our interests are primarily concerned with measuring the bio-optical properties of rings and surrounding ...
    • Warm Core Ring Project 17 Sept. - 7 Oct., 1981 

      Langton, Elizabeth W.; Phinney, David A. (Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, 1983-02)
    • An Academic Service Learning (AS-L) Activity within an Undergraduate Course in Pharmacology 

      Billack, Blase (Journal of Toxicological Education, 2013)
      Academic service learning (AS-L) is a type of active learning in which a student demonstrates knowledge and understanding through service to the community and reflection. The present report describes an activity in which ...
    • Introducing Toxicology into the Biochemistry Curricula: Using Cytochrome c (Cytc) Functionalities as a Model 

      Borland, Michael (Journal of Toxicological Education, 2013)
      The electron transport chain (ETC) is a keystone topic of all biochemistry courses at the undergraduate level. Many ETC components, especially cytochrome c (Cytc), are also important to the field of toxicology. Unfortunately, ...
    • Agents of Bioterrorism: Curriculum and Pedagogy in an Online Masters Program 

      Page, Eric; Gray, Joshua P. (Journal of Toxicological Education, 2013)
      The Agents of Bioterrorism course (BSBD 640, University of Maryland University College) is a graduate level course created in response to an elevated need for scientists working in the field of medical countermeasures to ...
    • Development of a Bachelor of Science in Toxicology Program at a Liberal Arts College 

      Zamule, Stephanie (Journal of Toxicological Education, 2013)
      Nazareth College, an independent, primarily undergraduate institution serving approximately 2,900 students, has recently developed a bachelor of science in toxicology program designed to prepare students for entry into ...