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September 23, 2015

S-262: Sustainability in Polynesian Island Cultures & Ecosystems

Sustainability in Polynesian Island Cultures & Ecosystems

Proposed cruise track for S-262.

The students of S-262, Sustainability in Polynesian Island Cultures & Ecosystems, will join the SSV Robert C. Seamans in American Samoa by September 28th. After port stops in Wallis & Futuna and Fiji, they will arrive in Auckland, New Zealand around November 9th.

Ship's Company

Captain: Sean Bercaw
Chief Mate: Will McLean
2nd Mate: Emilee Monson
3rd Mate: Kevin Murray
Engineer: Ted Fleming
Asst. Engineer: Alexis Quigley
Steward: Becky Slattery
Chief Scientist: Ben Harden
Asst. Scientist: Laura Nelson
Asst. Scientist: Brittany Mauer
Asst. Scientist: Nick Dragone
Maritime Studies: Jeff Wescott


Allison Anastas, Northeastern University
Kelvin Chen, Amherst College
Meredith Bradbury, Clark Denison University
Cordelia Franklin, Santa Clara University
Michael Gestal, University of Denver
Annelise Hill, Reed College
Erin Houlihan, Bowdoin College
Erica Jamieson, Colorado College
Coleman Kline, Franklin and Marshall College
Rob Kozloff, University of Vermont
Beatrice Lawson, Denison University
Christopher Losco, Boston College
Todd Manley, Colby College
Hannah Marty, Carleton College
Sharthak Neupane, Colby-Sawyer College
Sadie Parsons, Ohio Wesleyan University
Adrienne Remo, Drexel University
Rachel Rosenberg, Hampshire College
Gregory Sayles, Colorado College
Amanda Sie, Boston College
Eleanor Thompson, Marist College
Abraham Vigdorchik, Muhlenberg College
Mairin Wilson, Middlebury College


#1. Posted by Stacey Strong on September 23, 2015

Fair winds and following seas!  Soak up those Southern Constellations!



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