Engineering Solutions for Coral Reef Research
Nate Formel, Research Assistant
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Nate Formel shares how he has used the open-source movement to expand and improve on tools for marine research, including that on ocean acidification in the Florida Keys.
October 5th, 2022 @ 10 AM ET
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[READING] ANGARI Foundation – Meet Nate Formel
[RESOURCE LIBRARY] NOAA – Sub-surface Automated Sampler – DIY Instructions, Lessons & more!
[RESOURCE LIBRARY] NOAA – Exploring Environmental DNA: What is eDNA?
[360 VIDEO] ANGARI Foundation, NOAA, RSMAS – Generation Ocean: Coral Reefs
[READING] Formlabs – How NOAA Uses SLA and SLS 3D Printers for Coral Research
[READING] NOAA – Coral Growth and Reef Framework Persistence of the Florida Reef Tract with Accelerating Ocean Acidification
[DATABASE] NOAA – Ocean Acidification Product Suite for The Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico
[DATABASE] NOAA – Ocean Acidification Product Suite for The East Coast of the USA
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