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SEA Currents: SEASCape


SEA Semester

Today is the last day of SEASCape. there were mixed emotions of thankfulness to go home, and sadness for leaving a bunch of new and incredible friends.

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Emma Baker & Alexa Collins, Canyon High School & Kings School Canterbury
SEA Semester

Today we had a guest speaker, Amy Kukulya, a leading engineer behind shark cam at WHOI. She talked to us about her career pathways and aspirations in engineering and other fields such as environmental policy. She described many difficulties she has had to face in the field, like being the only female in a white male environment. Her talk was very inspirational and eye-opening for all of us.

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Max Schneider-White & Kaleigh Spencer, Germantown Friends-School & Northwestern Regional High School
SEA Semester

The day started with the normal morning routine. Once everyone had gotten out of bed, we learned our final knot for the program: the sheet bend. None of us could tell this knot apart from the bowline, but we believes the RAs that it was different. Our first event of the mornings was Oceans and Society, in which we learned about the history and culture of the Caribbean, namely Jamaica. We read the authors Mary Prince, and Jamaica Kincaid.

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Xava Abraham & Ben Moya, Weston High School & Teaneck High School
SEA Semester

Today we went on the Plymouth Whale Watch. While boating out to the shelf, where whales usually to go get food, we saw a calf and her mother. The mom’s name was Venom and was nursing the baby whale, Diad.

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Jaden Damassiotis & Patrick Boyer , East Providence High School & Flagler Palm Coast High School
SEA Semester

Today was a day for leisure, recreation, and taking it easy. Our day started off normally enough, except for the fact that we could finally sleep in after a long week of fun, we got up around 10:15 and ate brunch. After that we did some tie-dye, which was fairly quick.

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Max Schneider-White & Nick Colindres-Tamara, Germantown Friends School & Greater Grace Christian Academy
SEA Semester

The grogginess and the weird morning taste in our mouths were what greeted us on this seemingly average morning. Languidly we pulled ourselves out of bed to a breakfast of assorted fruits and cereals. After chores, it was time to haul de-fog our eyes and haul ourselves to the Madden center in time for our first class.

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Emma Baker & Brooke Cain , Canyon High School & Ballard High School
SEA Semester

We started off our day with breakfast and went straight to Oceans and Society class. We discussed the creation of cargo ships and the impact they have on today’s society. This discussion was closely related to our lesson about marine mammal sounds and noise pollution.

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Kat Seabury & Kaleigh Spencer, Norfolk Aggie & Northwestern Regional 7
SEA Semester

Today for our trip to Boston, we got up 30 minutes earlier to get ready for a 2-hour school bus ride. The first place we stopped at was the USS Constitution Museum. Here we learned about the vessel, and learned about its rich history.

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Grace Green & Ben Moya, Oregon Episcopal School &Teaneck High School
SEA Semester

First thing today we had a lesson on climate change and discussed on how it has changed the ocean and the environment. We also discussed the social and political impacts of climate change, we saw a documentary about the current disputes on the fishing and oil industries in countries including Norway, Ireland, and Canada.

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Alexa Collin & Xava Abraham, King's Canterbury & Weston High School
SEA Semester

Today we had a class of marine chemistry and tested Ph samples of freshwater, salt water and salt water with a high concentration of baking soda while adding CO2 for 30 second intervals to check the difference between the Ph levels each time to demonstrate the effect of climate change on the ocean.

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