Cruise Report C-136 : scientific activites aboard the SSV Corwith Cramer, St. Thomas - Bequia - Bonaire - Roatan - Miami, November 30, 1994 to January 10, 1995
This cruise report provides a record of academic and research activities conducted on C-136. Oceanographic research on the cruise was almost entirely devoted to accomplishing individual student projects as part of an academic program. The sea-going program is an extension of courses conducted for six weeks on-shore in Woods Hole and emphasizes the application of theoretical concepts to the study of the oceans. The cruise track of C-136 was designed to study and contrast oceanic environments and ecosystems. The oceanography of the Caribbean Sea was well covered by two north-south and one east-west transect of the region. This coverage allowed examination of the complexities of water flow into the Caribbean and its associated biology.
St. Thomas - Bequia - Bonaire - Roatan - Miami, FL, November 30, 1994 to January 10, 1995