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S-­STEM-2 award 1355807 (2014-2019) 

Field and Ship Experience

 

  2014-2015

54 days at sea collecting data for theses and dissertations.

19 days of field work collecting data for theses and dissertations.

 

  2015-2016

28 days at sea collecting data for theses and dissertations.

     (cumulative 82 days for program)

49 days of field work collecting data for theses and dissertations.

     (cumulative 68 days for program)

 

  2016-2017

29 days at sea collecting data for theses and dissertations.

     (cumulative 111 days for program)

37 days of field work collecting data for theses and dissertations.

     (cumulative 105 days for program)

 

  2017-2018

73 days at sea collecting data for theses and dissertations.

     (cumulative 184 days for program)

60  days of field work collecting data for theses and dissertations.

     (cumulative 165 days for program)

 

 

Katherine Crabill

          Galapagos Islands   May 16- May 29, 2016; 5 days on boats. 8 days in field

 

Kimber De Salvo

Field work

Darling Marine Center Visiting resident scientist.  Sampled and filtered Maine's coastal waters for iron colloids June 8-July 9, 2017 32 days   

R/V Ira C.           Oct 15-Nov 21 2017 Gulf of Maine and Damariscotta River Estuary, Maine    38 days

Darling Marine Center, Maine

R/V Ira C. June 24th – July 15th 2018; 22 days

 

Stanford Goodwin

2017-Became USCG Power-boating certified, First-Aid/CPR certified, Texas Boater Certified, will take a Firefighting/Emergency Signal training and become TAMUG vessel operator certified for a summer research trip in Galveston Bay where I will be driving the boat. This is going to support research for not only myself but 3 REU students and 2 other Grad students.

 

TAMUG Lithos              June 5th, June 8th, 2017 -2 days     Galveston Bay, TX

TAMUG Lithos              August TBD, 2017 -2 days      Galveston Bay, TX

 

R/V Point Sur 9/29/17-10/1/17 Texas Coast    3 days

R/V Trident 11/4/17 Galveston Bay    1 day

 

Rebecca Gray

R/V Manta                  June 15-23, 2015      9 days           Gulf of Mexico

       Graduated 8/12/16

 

David Hoffmann

     R/V Manta   Jan 18-20, 2015,  3 days                    Gulf of Mexico –

 

Andrea Kealoha

     Ocean Acidification studies     Jan 5-23, 2015 - 19 days

          Palau  - South Pacific

     RV Manta                     May 18-19, 2015     2 days         

          Flower Gardens – Gulf of Mexico

     RV Manta cruise           August, 2015           Flower Gardens

          Nancy Foster Retreat         June 26-July 1, 2016     Sapelo Island, Georgia

     Field work at NOAA Inouye Regional Center, Hawaii Oct 24-Oct 28, 2016 5 days

small boat                               Galveston Bay, 9/9/17       1 day                                 

R/V Point Sur                     Gulf of Mexico, 9/22/16-9/27/17                                  6 days

R/V Pelican                             Gulf of Mexico, 11/14/17-11/20/17                     7d

Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary, Hawaii. Aug 13-17, 2018 5 days

 

Lindsay Martin

     Biological Oceanography field trip, Corpus Christi, 28 Feb – 1 March, 2015

     RV Pelican, April 13-20,          7 days ,   Louisiana Shelf   

 

UCF/Inwater sea turtle cruise (Sargassum sampling), June 1-5, 6 days

RV Manta, July 5-22, 2015, Gulf of Mexico

UCF Marine Turtle Research Group Cruise, May 2015, Gulf of Mexico

LA Shelf, Gulf of Mexico              

RV Manta, sea turtle release cruise (Sargassum sampling), June 27, 2015, 1 day

Gulf of Mexico        

RV Manta, ROV survey and Sargassum sampling  July 6-11, 2015, 6 days

RV Manta, ROV survey and Sargassum sampling July 12-18, 2015, 6 days

Graduated May 2016

 

Claire McKinley

Lab work at Boston University July 23-August 12, 2016; 21 days

 

Vance Nygard

R/V Manta     May 6-9, 2017 -4 days           Coral reefs in NW Gulf of Mexico

R/V Manta     July 6-8, 2017 -3 days            Coral reefs in NW Gulf of Mexico

R/V Manta     July 25-29, 2017 -4 days        Coral reefs in NW Gulf of Mexico

 

Chris Nygren

TABS Buoy Cruise                  08/02/16-08/06/16              M/V RMS Citation

Texas Louisiana Shelf: 5 days

R/V Pelican        June, 2017 5 days  Servicing Stone Platform Observatory mooring in Gulf of Mexico – with Marcus Ogle, a former TAMU S-STEM student

Stones Cruise – October 23-25, 2017

Glider Deployment        Flower Garden Banks                  April/May 2018 (w estimate 4 days total)

 

Constance Previti

R/V Pelican        April 13-April19, 2015, 7 days      Gulf of Mexico  

 

Lauren Replogle

RV Manta Sept 8 Gulf of Mexico 2017

 

Damian Simonini

TAMUG Lithos              June 5th, June 8th, 2017 -2 days     Galveston Bay, TX

TAMUG Lithos              August TBD, 2017 -2 days      Galveston Bay, TX

R/V Trident        November 4th, Galveston Bay      2017

R/V Point Sur     September 29th – October 1st, West Texas Coast 2017

TAMUG Lithos   September 16th, Galveston Bay 2017

TAMUG Lithos   September 9th, Galveston Bay 2017

Junior Chief Scientist for High Impact Learning Experience Cruise to Galveston Bay for 6 OCNG 252 undergraduate students 2 days in March 2018

R/V Trident        June 16th, 2018 Galveston Bay, TX

 

Cody Webb

R/V Pelican        April 13-19, 2015, 2015, 7 days GISR Gulf of Mexico

 

Emily Whitaker

RV Manta  July 30-Aug 2, 2016. Flower Gardens; 4 days

Participation in ADDOMEx’s most recent experiment, July 9 – 22, 2016: Field/lab work

 

Ruby Schaufler

R/V Pt. Sur         June 20-28, 2018 Gulf of Mexico – Mississippi Canyon


   

S-­STEM-1 award 0806926 (2008-2015)

605 days at sea collecting data for theses and dissertations. 12 days in 2015

 

Claire McKinley, Stephanie Durkacz

R/V Manta cruise to Coffee Bank, 5 days, Gulf of Mexico

             

Stephanie Durkacz and Lindsay Martin

Galapagos Islands, 12-24 July, 2014

 

Nicole Zuck and Allyson Burgess

R/V Manta, Gulf of Mexico

Mechanisms Controlling Hypoxia MS07, 7 days, June 2013

Mechanisms Controlling Hypoxia MS08, 7 days, August 2013

 

Stephanie Durkacz and Naura Randle

Galapagos Islands, 11 May - 3 June 2013  23 days x2

 

Andrew Parker

R/V Meteor Cruise M94, 14 days, Panama City, Panama to Kingston, Jamaica (March 13-26, 2013)

Advanced Climate Dynamics Course 2013 held in Nyksund, Norway Aug 17-Aug31. It was sponsored by the University of Bergen (Norway) and MIT

 

Jennifer Hertzberg

R/V Ron Brown, 22 days, 2013, North Atlantic, Iceland to Portugal. Cruise RB 1304: A16N GO-SHIP/CO2 Repeat Hydrography Cruise, Leg 1.

             

Jennifer Hertzberg, Julia Shackford

R/V Marcus Langseth, 26 days, 2012, Cruise MGL1208: Line Islands geophysical survey and sediment coring cruise. Equatorial Pacific.

 

Dan'l Lewis, Kelly Brooks, Jennifer Hertzberg, Ashley Hague and Jessica Schubert

R/V Melville, 2010 (27 days) – Cruise MV1014: 230Th Dynamics in the Eastern Equatorial Pacific Ocean; Water sampling, sediment coring, core descriptions, geophysical watch

 

Lewis, Dan’l

R/V Langseth, 26 days 2010, Shatsky Rise – NW Pacific

 

Eric Chan

R/V Cape Hatteras Gulf of Mexico, Mississippi Canyon 252 June 10, 2010 - June 21, 2010; BP oil spill study on massive methane release to the water column

Research trip to Canadian High Arctic - High Lake - Nunavut Territory, Canada - July 29, 2007 - August 11, 2007

 

Fenix Garcia Tigreros

Field work in Alaska with adviser

R/V Pelican, coastal Northern GoM, 5 days, August 2010

R/V Cape Hatteras, Gulf of Mexico, 8 days, June 2010.

R/V Pelican, coastal Northern GoM, 5 days,  April 2011

R/V Blazing Seven, coastal Northern GoM, 3 days,  June 2011

R/V Pelican, coastal Northern GoM, 5 days, August 2011

R/V Pelican, coastal Northern GoM, 5 days, April 2012

R/V Pelican, coastal Northern GoM, 5 days, August 2012

 

Michelle Johnston, cruises in Galapagos Islands, Ecuador

Small boats in Galapagos Marine Reserve, 4-14 June 2010;

R/V Orion with INOCAR, 25 Sep - 9 Oct 2010

 

Emma Cochran and Allyson Burgess

R/V Manta, Gulf of Mexico

Mechanisms Controlling Hypoxia MS03, 5 days, June 2011

Mechanisms Controlling Hypoxia MS04, 6 days, August 2011

Mechanisms Controlling Hypoxia MS05, 7 days, June 2012

Mechanisms Controlling Hypoxia MS06, 7 days, August 2012

 

Marcus Ogle

R/V Manta, Hypoxia, 5 days, Gulf of Mexico, June 2011

 

Lauren Railey

R/V Pelican coastal Northern GoM, 5 days, April 2011

 

Elda Ramirez

Research cruise aboard R/V Falkor: FK006A Gulf of Mexico research cruise 2012 focused on mapping Ewing Bank with multi-beam  system and testing ROV system.

 

Noura Randle

R/V Pelican, Gulf of Mexico, 22 days, November-December 2012

Small boats in Galapagos Marine Reserve, 13 May-2 June 2013

 

Nicole Zuck

R/V Manta, Gulf of Mexico

Mechanisms Controlling Hypoxia MS07, 6 days, June 2013

Mechanisms Controlling Hypoxia MS08, 6 days, August 2013

 

Stephanie Durkacz, Elanor Yudelman and Julia Shackford

Sirius, 3 days Nov, 2013 Galapagos

 

Christian Nygren

Cruise: R/V Pelican, 6 Days, Gulf of Mexico, July 6-12, 2013

Cruise R/V Ferrel, 10 Days, Gulf of Mexico, Oct 2013

Cruise R/V Manta, 2 days, Gulf of Mexico, Aug 30- 31, 2014

E/V Nautilus, 8 days, Gulf of Mexico4/8/15-4/22/15                          

OCNG 620 to Corpus Christi Bay,  1 day

R/V Trident 6/26/15 GoM 1 day only

 

Andrew Parker

Advanced Climate Dynamics course, University of Bergen (Norway), 8/17 – 8/31, 2013

 

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