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SEA Currents: Corwith Cramer


Apr

12

C-273: Marine Biodiversity & Conservation

Marine Biodiversity and Conservation

Proposed cruise track for C-273, Marine Biodiversity & Conservation.

The students of C-273, Marine Biodiversity & Conservation, will join the SSV Corwith Cramer in Nassau by April 18th. They will finish their voyage in New York around May 25th after a week long port stop in Bermuda and begin their second shore component in Woods Hole, MA.

Ship's Company

Captain: Jason Quilter
Chief Mate: Cassie Sleeper
2nd Mate: Patrick Finn
3rd Mate: Tristan Feldman
Engineer: Kelly Gunthorpe
Steward: Sabrina Hutchinson 
Chief Scientist: Laura Cooney
Assistant Scientist: Maia Theophanis
Assistant Scientist: Kelsey Lane
Assistant Scientist: Grayson Huston
Labhand: Kata Rolf
Deckhand: Callie Bateson
Deckhand: Lena Goss
Other: Georie Zelenek
Other: Dylan Languth

Students

Anna Brodmerkel, UNC Chapel Hill
Rachel Burdorf, Colorado College
Shannon Cellan, SUNY ESF
Matthew Glasenapp, Macalester College
Annabelle Leahy, Carleton College
Karrin Leazer, University of Washington, Seattle
Madison Lichak, Barnard College
Megha Malpani, Brown University
Jose Pedraza, Universidad de los Andes
Paige Petit, College of the Holy Cross
Ridge Pierce, Roger Williams University
Maggie Schultz, Mount Holyoke College
Sarah Speroff, Kenyon College
Marie Spychala, Grinnell College
Vanessa Van Deusen, Barnard College
Yage Wang, Brandeis University

Categories: Corwith Cramer,Marine Biodiversity & Conservation, • Topics: ships company  c273 • (7) Comments

Comments

#1. Posted by Patsy Ward on April 17, 2017

Smooth sailing and fair winds, staff and students! Special “hi” to my granddaughter Kata Rolf.


#2. Posted by Annie Schultz on April 18, 2017

Wishing you fair winds and following seas!


#3. Posted by Dez on April 19, 2017

Good luck on all your research! I hope you find lots of information on all the “little critters” you will be observing! smile


#4. Posted by Rob lichak on April 20, 2017

“Looking to the left looking to the right, hoping for the stars to shed some light”...... Jimmy Buffett.
Madison enjoy. The sea has been calling us forever above and below the waters.
Dad


#5. Posted by DENIS PEDRAZA on April 22, 2017

Jose Julian:

Our best wishes for an enriching experience with a lot of learning.


#6. Posted by Lisa Lichak on April 25, 2017

Sounds like a rough night on your first stormy rain. I felt seasick just reading the blog description wink You are all brave souls!


#7. Posted by Tina on April 25, 2017

We’re wishing you all the experience of a lifetime.  Have fun, be safe, work hard, learn lots! 

We love you Karrin and miss you!
Psalm 139:9 - 10.  If I take the wings of the dawn, if I dwell in the remotest part of the sea


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