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November 18, 1990 | CHARLES HILLINGER
For more than a century, this tiny village at the southwest corner of Cape Cod has been a Shangri-La for the world's marine scientists. They come here to unlock mysteries of everything that lives in the briny deep and to use what they learn to answer fundamental questions about the human body. Here is the oldest fisheries research facility on Earth--the National Marine Fisheries Service's Woods Hole Station.
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November 18, 1990 | CHARLES HILLINGER
For more than a century, this tiny village at the southwest corner of Cape Cod has been a Shangri-La for the world's marine scientists. They come here to unlock mysteries of everything that lives in the briny deep and to use what they learn to answer fundamental questions about the human body. Here is the oldest fisheries research facility on Earth--the National Marine Fisheries Service's Woods Hole Station.
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April 17, 1998 | MYRNA OLIVER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Kenneth Orris "K.O." Emery, a marine geologist and prolific author whose books included "The Sea Off Southern California," has died. He was 83. Emery, who taught at USC for 16 years, died Sunday in Milton, Mass. Since 1962, he had been associated with Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Woods Hole, Mass., and was the retired dean of its graduate program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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June 7, 2005 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Edward Schwarm, an electrical engineer whose work on the Apollo space program helped NASA land the first man on the moon and safely return the Apollo 13 astronauts to Earth, died May 20 of skin cancer at his home on Cape Cod. He was 82. Schwarm was working at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Instrumentation Laboratory (now Draper Labs) when the school teamed with NASA on the Apollo missions.
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December 4, 2004 | Myrna Oliver, Times Staff Writer
Electra "Exy" Johnson, who with her late husband, Irving, circumnavigated the globe seven times in 25 years with amateur crews and chronicled their adventures in books, travelogues and National Geographic articles, has died. She was 95. Johnson died of natural causes Nov. 19 in Hadley, Mass., said her son, Robert.
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August 28, 1999 | ELAINE WOO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Charles D. Hollister, an oceanographer whose pioneering studies radically altered scientists' view of the deep seabed as a tranquil abyss and posed what many experts consider the most promising solution for the disposal of nuclear wastes, died Monday on a hiking trip in Wyoming. He was 63. An avid mountain climber who had ascended Mt.
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