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SoMAS and the R/V Seawolf attend SUBMERGE 2016
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HyCRISTAL: Integrating Hydro-Climate Science into Policy Decisions for Climate-Resilient Infrastructure and Livelihoods in East Africa
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R/V Seawolf Cruises With University of West Indies Students
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Malcolm J. Bowman Honored
  Presidential Mini-Grant for Innovative Teaching Projects October 10, 2001   Real Time Environmental Monitoring and Analysis Teaching Laboratory Purpose: The purpose of this project is to establish a monitoring station t (More)
Great South Bay Buoy #1 Damage
The Great South Bay Buoy #1 was damaged by another vessel.  Instrument Engineer Tom Wilson and his assistant Greg Smith worked with Dr. Charles Flagg to bring the buoy in and survey the damage.   (More)
Great South Bay Buoy #1 2014 Reassembly
After suffering destruction from the 2013-2014 winter freeze in Great South Bay, the buoy has been restored by the Instrument Laboratory.  It was reassembled on 8/27/2014. Pictures by Larry Swanson and Mark Lang     (More)
Sound Science Ferry Gala
Sound Science A Ferry-based Data Observation System On September 29, 2003, the Marine Sciences Research Center unveiled its newest environmental monitoring system at a gala event on board the ferry boat P.T. BARNUM. The BARNUM sailed under clear (More)
SoMAS Begins Investigation of Water Quality Issues in the “Western Bays” of the South Shore Estuary Reserve
The shoreline of the Western Bays region of theSouth Shore Estuary Reserve is highly developed (More)
HSC Roof Preinstallation Check
Instrument Engineer Tom Wilson, along with assistants Greg Smith and Alex Sneddon, head to the roof of the Health Sciences Center to inspect the location for the weather station and webcam to be installed.  Photos by Mark Lang   (More)
R/V Seawolf on Storage Wars
In late July 2013, the RV Seawolf escorted Chris Morelli & Tad Eaton from \"Storage Wars: New York\" in Port Jefferson Harbor to conduct an experiment with a water sampler they found in a storage locker.  Instrument Engineer Tom Wilson helped the (More)
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