Ocean Institutes "Technology in Ocean Science" Expo

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Don Anderson shows Corporation member Ken Woodcock data collected from the environmental sample processor. Anderson and more than a dozen other scientists from WHOI’s Ocean Institutes displayed their advanced scientific tools in October’s Technology in Ocean Science Fair. (Photo by Tom Kleindinst, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)
Joint Program student Emily Roland describes her work to Trustees Steven Hoch, Georgette McConnell and Tom Wheeler. (Photo by Tom Kleindinst, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)
Biologist Greg Skomal of the Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries and Trustee Steven Hoch discuss the technology used to tag sharks. (Photo by Tom Kleindinst, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)
Joint Program student Andrea Hawkes and post-doctoral researcher Peter van Hengstum describe the inexpensive sediment traps they created to monitor sediment transport during Tropical Storm Irene to Trustee Jim Dunlap. (Photo by Tom Kleindinst, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)
Physical oceanographer Fiamma Straneo explains her work in Greenland to Jane Orr. (Photo by Jayne M. Iafrate, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)
Ocean and Climate Change Institute Director William Curry explains to Corporation member Willie Smith how a moored profiler works. (Photo by Tom Kleindinst, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)
General Gordon Sullivan (Ret.), a member of WHOI’s Corporation asks Assistant Scientist James Kinsey about the AUV gravimeter, which can detect small changes in gravity. (Photo by Tom Kleindinst, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)
Senior Scientist Al Plueddemann shows Corporation members Priscilla Woods and Ken Woodcock the REMUS 100. (Photo by Tom Kleindinst, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)
Deep Ocean Exploration Institute Director Dan Fornari shows Life Trustee Peter McCormick some of the features of Nereus. (Photo by Jayne M. Iafrate, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)
The micro-thin, fiber optic cable that connects Nereus to a ship can transmit high-quality, real-time video images and receive commands from skilled pilots on the ship to collect samples or conduct experiments with a manipulator arm. (Photo by Jayne M. Iafrate, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)

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