NCCOS Hollings Marine Laboratory
The Hollings Marine Laboratory is built on an approximately 8-acre site within the Fort Johnson campus of the South Carolina Marine Resources Center in Charleston, South Carolina. Dedicated on December 21, 2000, the 103,000 square foot laboratory promotes collaborative and interdisciplinary scientific research to sustain, protect, and restore coastal ecosystems.
Areas of Focus
About Hollings Marine Lab
HML is a NOAA-owned facility operated by the National
Centers for Coastal Ocean Science as a fully collaborative
enterprise, governed by the five partner organizations through
a Joint Project Agreement. HML partners consist of the
College of Charleston, Medical University of South Carolina,
National Institute of Standards and Technology, and the
South Carolina Department of Natural Resources. Scientists from all
partner institutions work side-by-side in the laboratory, taking
advantage of each other's special expertise.
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