Rick Berg is a graduate student studying marine geochemistry at the University of Washington. In Dr. Evan Solomonís lab at the UW, his research is focused on biogeochemical cycling, gas hydrate dynamics, and fluid flow in marine sediments
This coming year will be my third at the University of Washington; I am an oceanography major with a minor in geology. Last year, I was lucky enough to be a student participant on the Visions’14 cruise and I am more than thrilled to contin
I am a senior in the Oceanography department. I grew up in Olympia on the water and have always enjoyed being outside in nature. I’ve never taken a trip like this before and I’m excited for the new experience.
Myesa is a first year undergraduate at the University of Washington. She is an oceanography major with a focus in ocean biology. VISONS’14 will be her first cruise to the open ocean. From a young age, she has been fascinated by zoology, pa
My name is Bill Medwedeff. I am junior at the University of Washington majoring in geophysics. I was attracted to the Visions ’14 expedition by a fascination with Earth’s environments. I have always wanted to learn about the natural
Tysen Mulder is a senior in the Mechanical Engineering department, studying dynamic systems. During his time at the University of Washington, he has worked with the UW Underwater Robotics Club, Microgravity Project Team, and the Nonlinear Dynami
Victoria earned her M.S. in Marine Biology in January 2014 from Northeastern University through the Three Seas Program, and graduated in 2011 with her B.A. in Biology from Wheaton College in Norton Massachusetts. Through field research and teach