Teachers throughout South Florida came onboard R/V ANGARI for an educational experience about the use of ocean drifter technology to study ocean currents and the movement of oil and marine debris.
A film crew joined National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science (UM) scientists scientists aboard R/V ANGARI to capture the variety of scientific methods used to study the health and fate of coral reefs for ANGARI Foundation's new 360/VR film.
Researchers from the Perry Institute for Marine Science conducted field research from R/V ANGARI at various sites throughout The Bahamas, completing hundreds of underwater surveys to examine coral health, fish abundance, and more.
Researchers from the University of Miami's Shark Research and Conservation Program and citizen scientists aboard R/V ANGARI caught and tagged several different species of sharks.
The University of Miami Shark Research and Conservation team and citizen scientists from Youth Making Ripples had a productive day onboard R/V ANGARI, tagging 9 sharks total and collecting a wealth of valuable data for the shark science community.
Young oceanographers, scientists, and mentors from the University of South Florida College of Marine Science’s Oceanography Camp for Girls participated in 3 days of fieldwork aboard R/V ANGARI.
Students and teachers from Conniston Middle School and Wellington Landings Middle participated in a variety of marine science field experiences aboard R/V ANGARI, ranging from conducting plankton tows to learning methods used to study the annual black tip shark migration.
University of Miami's Shark Research and Conservation Program researchers came aboard R/V ANGARI and tagged a wide-range of sharks, and collected valuable data to greatly benefit the shark science community.
An L.A. film crew and scientists onboard R/V ANGARI participated in lots of diving and filming in South Florida to film ANGARI Foundation's virtual reality pilot.
A successful day trip onboard R/V ANGARI tagging sharks off West Palm Beach with the University of Miami Shark Research and Conservation Program, OceanLED and YACHTSIGN.