• Marine Debris

    The Center collaorates with local fishermen and town and state officials to remove derelict fishing gear and other harmful marine debris from coastal waters.

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  • Marine Geology

    CCS studies the geological processes that occur along or near the coast, from estuaries and lagoons to the inner continental shelf.

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  • Marine Animal Entanglement Response

    Since 1984, the CCS has freed more than 200 large whales and other marine animals from life threatening entanglements.

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  • Humpback Whale Research

    CCS has studied the Gulf of Maine humpback whale population continuously since the 1970s and is the only institution to routinely monitor it across its...

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Press

  • Wednesday, June 22, 2016

    Fin whale disentangled by CCS MAER team

  • Thursday, May 26, 2016

    Entangled humpback whale freed off Provincetown – third disentanglement by CCS MAER in less than three weeks

  • Thursday, May 19, 2016

    CCS responds to severely entangled humpback whale, Foggy, off Massachusetts

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Events

Get to the Bottom Of It! July 5

Tuesday July 5 at 4 pm Become a junior marine biologist! Collect samples from the beach, then use a microscope to take an up close and personal look at the tiny marine animals in Provincetown Harbor! Meet at SEA Space, …

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