Cruise Report C-210 : Scientific data collected aboard SSV Corwith Cramer, Key West, FL – St. Georges, Bermuda – Falmouth Harbor, Antigua – Christiansted, St. Croix, USVI, 28 March 2007 – 04 May 2007
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An extensive oceanographic investigation of the subtropical North Atlantic was conducted during Sea Education Association’s cruise C-210, Key West, FL to St. Croix, USVI (via Bermuda and Antigua, see Figure 1). As part of SEA’s educational program, undergraduates conduct student-designed oceanographic research during the cruise. Project topics spanned, and integrated, the four “classic” disciplines of oceanography: chemistry, biology, physics and geology (Table 7). Student research efforts culminated in a written manuscript and poster presentation to the ship’s company. These papers are available on request from SEA.
Key West, FL – St. Georges, Bermuda – Falmouth Harbor, Antigua – Christiansted, St. Croix, USVI, 28 March 2007 – 04 May 2007