I am so very excited to share my camera system design with my marine ecology community today!
I’ve been given the opportunity to attend the Ocean Candidates Forum at CSU Monterey Bay tonight!
I’ll be giving my oral presentation based on the Ulithi expedition at the Western Society of Naturalists at 1:30pm, in the Conservation Technologies session!
See you there!
Finally we land in Yap State! Our flight landed close to midnight, but even so, I am hit with a wet wall of heat as I step off the plane.
Day 5 of the International Coral Reef Symposium, and I missed it! I was not disappointed, however. We need to leave today if we are to make the once weekly flight to the Ulithi Atoll.
As you might imagine, getting to one of the least visited countries in the world is no easy feat.
After a couple of intense packing days, we are ready for the first arm of the expedition! Through this process, I definitely learned a lot about preparing for science in a remote region.
Lesson 1: When in doubt, pack that screw AND the screwdriver to fit it!
For the expedition, we will be taking 2 remotely operated vehicles (ROVs), and a series of baited remote underwater video systems (BRUVS). As I am in charge of the
Preparations have begun for this summer’s research expedition to
This semester I have focused my research on the California market squid