Andone Lavery is an associate scientist in Applied Ocean Physics & Engineering and a Claudia S. Heyman Institute Fellow. Her planned research as a fellow involves using acoustic propagation to investigate path-averaged turbulence, mixing, and advection in estuarine environments. This research was performed at a coastal acoustics observatory in Narragansett Bay in collaboration with David Farmer.
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