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What does HBOI stand for?
HBOI stands for Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution (Florida)
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Department of Energy, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Florida Power & Light, Ocean Renewable Power, Lockheed Martin, Clipper Windpower, Oceaneering, Aquantis, the University of Central Florida, Nova Southeastern University and Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution in establishing the center.
Using the technology of the acoustic sensors developed by ONR, the Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution in Fort Pierce, Fla.
The Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution is launching a new and innovative Web site - www.
Some, like Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution scientist Brian LaPointe, go even further, and point to a definite source for the pollution.
More than 120 scientists from a dozen countries were at Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution last week sharing what they've learned.
The Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution operates three ships and three submersibles.