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Current position of the SSV Corwith Cramer. Click on the vessel to view position history. Use the tools, top right, to change the map style or view data layers. Dates and times use GMT (Greenwich Mean Time).


SEA Currents: SSV Corwith Cramer

September 25, 2014

S-255, Sustainability in Polynesia Island Cultures & Ecosystems

S-255, Sustainability in Polynesia Island Cultures & Ecosystems, will depart Pago Pago, American Samoa tomorrow. The SSV Robert C. Seamans will tentatively make port stops in Samoa, Wallis & Futuna and Fiji, before their voyage ends in Auckland, New Zealand, around November 7th. A second shore component in New Zealand rounds out the program, ending on November 17th.

Ship’s Company
Captain: Jason Quilter
Chief Mate: Will Mclean
2nd Mate: Rocky Hadler
3rd Mate: Cassie Sleeper
Engineer: Dusty Smith
Asst. Engineer: Ben Ahlvin
Steward: Sayzie Koldys
Chief Scientist: Jan Witting
Asst. Scientist: Julia Twitchell
Asst. Scientist: Ed Sweeney
Asst. Scientist: Laura Cooney
Sailing Intern: Katherine Hays
Sailing Intern: Laura Page
Sailing Intern: Shenandoah Raycroft

Visiting Faculty:
Paul Moohono Niva
Social Science Faculty, Research Archaeologist

Hatesa Seumanutafa
Visiting Scholar, Canterbury Museum, New Zealand

Students
Monica Chow, Middlebury College
Colin Froines, Carleton College
Michaella Gaines, The George Washington University
Cristina Gutowski, Colgate University
Bryn Huxley-Reicher, Harvard University
Susanna Keilig, Roger Williams University
Yasmin Kelly, Carleton College
Winton Kingman, University of Denver
Lauren Korth, University of California, Santa Cruz
Kristen Kuzil, Northeastern University
Donald MacKay, Vassar College
Valerie Mitchell, SUNY ESF
Kathleen Motluk, University of Toronto
Holly Moynahan, Colorado College
Rebeca Murillo, Boston University
Mara Scallon, Northeastern University
Lauren Speare, UNC Chapel Hill
Lauren Vogel, University of Chicago
Sarah Williams, Colorado College

 

 

 

 

 

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