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MORIS the Online Mapping Tool
MORIS, the Massachusetts Ocean Resource Information System, is an online mapping tool that can be used to search and display spatial data pertaining to the Massachusetts coastal zone. Users can interactively view various data layers (e.g., tide gauge stations, marine protected areas, access points, eelgrass beds, etc.) over a backdrop of aerial photographs, political boundaries, natural resources, human uses, bathymetry, or other data. Users can quickly create and share maps and download the actual data for use in a Geographic Information System (GIS).

NOAA Shoreline Website
This site provides information about vector shoreline data generated by federal agencies, with direct access to shoreline-specific information.

Dive and Discover: Expeditions to the Seafloor
This interactive distance learning website lets visitors discover and explore the deep seafloor. Travel with scientists as they hunt for hydrothermal vents along the volcanic mid-ocean ridge in the South Atlantic Ocean. The site features daily cruise logs, interviews with scientists and crew members, slideshows, videos, and more.

Federal Funding Opportunities
This site will help you find and apply for federal government grants, including those available through Sea Grant and NOAA.

Right Whale Listening Network
North Atlantic right whales living along the East Coast face the danger of colliding with large ships, but new listening buoys are helping mariners avoid these endangered animals. This website from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s Bioacoustics Research Program provides near-real-time information about the presence of right whales in Boston shipping lanes, videos of right whales, the sound of right whale “upcall” and key facts about this species.