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Kacey Shaffer: Preparing for an Adventure, July 16, 2014

NOAA Teacher at Sea

Kacey Shaffer

(Almost) Aboard NOAA Ship Oscar Dyson

July 26 – August 13, 2014

Mission: Annual Walleye Pollock Survey

Geographical Area: 794 more words

NOAA Teacher At Sea

Post the Sixtieth: In Which We Explore a WWII-Era Bunker

Today, Gentle Reader, we turn to my brief time in Alaska. I worked on shore, in a cannery – it’s much easier to get on at a cannery for a few years, before attempting to get onto a boat. 607 more words


Bandit Sells Ferry Package

Port cities, island communities, and marinas are rejoicing with Bandit Boat’s newest offering; a kit for a ferry that is a collaboration between Bandit and Foilborne Industries. 42 more words

News From The Grid

Independence Day . . . 166 years and 6 days later.

“Bill, one of the boys isn’t looking too good back there,” said the man dropping down in the co-pilots seat.

“Airsick?” Lt. William Thies asked. 1,090 more words


Mary Murrian: Getting Ready to Fly to Alaska, July 1, 2014

NOAA Teacher at Sea

Mary Murrian

(Almost) Onboard NOAA Ship Oscar Dyson

July 19- July 22, 2014

Mission:  Annual Pollock Survey

Geographical area of cruise: Bering Sea and Gulf of Alaska… 589 more words

NOAA Teacher At Sea

SOCL Sub Stumbles Onto Sub Net

SOCL got a surprise today when one of their deep sea subs exploring the Blake Sea found an unexpected barrier. The Dutch Harbor sub net is a secret that few know, but is one of the ways that Dutch Harbor maintains its beautiful port. 113 more words