Oceanography Camp for Girls participants were welcomed aboard R/V ANGARI for three days of hands-on, field-based oceanography training and research.
Dr. Guzmán discusses how marine natural products may help us fight cancer.
Candace Fields shares how her work plays a part in the conservation of critically endangered oceanic whitetip sharks.
Dr. Duncan Irschick is the co-founder and director of Digital Life and a professor at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. He is telling us about his research on evolution and ecology of animal athletics, and how biological form informs synthetic design.
AUTHORS - Nik Varley (ANGARI Foundation)
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.
Nicole Besemer is a marine biologist at NOAA. Her research investigates how ocean acidification and climate change affect coral reefs in South Florida and the Caribbean.
Erin Spencer shares how she uses "shark FitBits" to study the movement and behavior of great hammerheads.
Participants gained hands-on field and laboratory experience in oceanographic methods on R/V ANGARI during the 2022 research cruise portion of Oceanography Camp for Girls.
Scientist Will Greene is the Photogrammetry and GIS Specialist at PIMS. He using mapping technology to conserve coral reefs and mangroves in The Bahamas.