Without busy watches, the main lab became less quiet – filled with noises, which I think mostly from us, the students.
Category: Student Blog 2018
The waves have been pretty rough recently and it feels like I’m on a nonstop roller coaster!
I have found that helping others out in the analytical lab is probably my favorite things to do on the ship.
Last summer, this girl from Arkansas went on her first research cruise in Washington state’s Puget Sound for nine days… then repeated it again a couple months later. Now, as I type, this same girl finds herself in the open ocean
Surprises are astonishing as you can never expect when they would knock on your door…
Arrived in Newport boarding the Research Vessel (R/V) Roger Revelle, our home for the next 9 days.
Only our second day at sea, and I already feel like a cod fish packed in salt. In our short time,
Another day at sea has left me aghast and falling even deeper in love with my career path. Today, I am at a loss for words:
Yesterday was a whirlwind and I’m still just trying to get adjusted to everything and everyone.
I have a tremendous opportunity to be out here, learning from and working with such bright scientists.