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SEA Currents: Apr 2021

April 25, 2021

Field Day in Miami (sort of)

Alex Albrecht, C Watch, Claremont McKenna College


Today was our first Field Day aboard the Cramer! Field days here are much more sinister than sack races, carnival food, and any other happy images that came to your mind

April 24, 2021

Rocking and Rolling Around Florida

Ava Kiss, A-Watch, Cornell University


Slept through breakfast for a whopping 10 hours of sleep last night! Much needed after a night full of processing Neuston tow contents during lab Dawn Watch the morning before followed by a night watch shift on deck.

April 23, 2021

The Amazing Line Chase Race is swell!

Anna Winkler, A-watch, University of New England


Today was definitely an action filled day! I was on dawn watch today from 0100-0700.

April 22, 2021

Happy Earth Day!


Hello World,

Here is a shout-out to the entire planet, thank you!!!!

April 22, 2021

You Can Never Wear Enough Coral-Safe Sunscreen

Elisabeth Landgren, B-watch, Macalester College


Boy has it been a great Earth day! Yesterday my watch got to snorkel for all of five minutes before we had to get out of the water due to thunderstorms.

April 22, 2021

Investigating Tribal Rights & Coastal Infrastructure in the New England Area

Fiona Swope and Anna Winkler, Colorado College & University of New England


At first glance, the terms coastal infrastructure and tribal rights seem to be unrelated.

April 21, 2021

Snorkeling and Fort Jefferson in Dry Tortugas!

Arielle Umansky, B-watch, Colorado College


Even though we’ve only been sailing for 5 days, it feels like I’ve lived on this boat for weeks.

April 20, 2021

Lightning Science

Lucy Manlick, C Watch, Mount Holyoke College

April 19, 2021

Birthdays and Benthic Sediment

Fiona Swope, A Watch, Colorado College


Today was also my birthday!

April 18, 2021

Stars on the Sea

Ryan O’Hara, B-Watch, University of Arizona


Until yesterday, I’d never really seen the stars.

Feels a bit odd to say that as an astronomy major, but it’s the truth.

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