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Learn more about our laboratory and recent discoveries and potential applications in renewable marine energy, environmental management, and national security.
Overview of Marine Sciences Laboratory
The Department of Energy's Marine Science Research Center
Learn about our major research areas: A National Asset Focused on Energy and the Environment
Find out more about the facilities at our laboratory: Sequim Marine Sciences Laboratory Water Resources
Research: Environmental Management and National Security
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory: Oil Spill Research at the Extremes
Maintaining coastal health for sustainable development: Coastal Restoration
- Developing novel hydrological models: Integrated Coastal Ocean Modeling
Remediation and age-dating sediment cores: Radioisotope Chemistry
Renewable Ocean Energy Research
Marine Biomass: Algae for Energy
See how our microalgae cultivation facility helps the nation better understand and develop algae as fuel.
Video - Check out this LED-lighted and temperature controlled pond in action: PNNL Algae Research for Biofuels.
Discovering new algae strains for fuel. Microalgae - Successful Transition from Lab to Pond: Integrated Strategy of Strain Characterization, Growth Modeling, and Pond Culturing
Scaling and production - why a microalgae cultivation facility helps us advance the science. Microalgae - Successful Transition from Lab to Pond: Testing Performance in Climate Simulated Cultures
Marine and Hydrokinetics: Ocean Motion for Energy
Moving marine and hydrokinetic power (MHK) into the marketplace -The missing link: Opportunity for a Marine Energy Intermediate Scale Test Facility at PNNL's Marine Sciences Laboratory