Meg Tivey is a senior scientist in the department of Marine Chemistry and Geochemistry. She has been involved in national observatory efforts at hydrothermal vents for several years. She used her fellowship to create a cross-departmental, interdisciplinary group of WHOI scientists and engineers to stimulate interchange of ideas and examine potential crossover of approaches and instrumentation for observatories in different marine environments.
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