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

NOAA Teacher at Sea

Kacey Shaffer

(Almost) Aboard the Oscar Dyson

July 26 – August 13, 2014

Mission: Annual Walleye Pollock Survey

Geographical Area: Bering Sea… 792 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

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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


Dr. Laura Brezinsky, April 18, 2004

Teacher at Sea Laura Brezinsky

Aboard NOAA Ship Miller Freeman

April 8 – April 22, 2004

Day 8: Sunday, April 18, 2004

Latitude: 52.28.03N

Longitude: 171 10.7… 230 more words