URI’s Graduate School of Oceanography is one of the world’s premier academic institutions of oceanography and ocean exploration. GSO’s research, education, and outreach activities advance our knowledge of the world’s ocean.
Join us for an interactive discussion of ocean science, the sixth in a monthly public series led by GSO graduate students. This presentation focuses on what it’s like to conduct research at the South Pole. Representing two of four research teams from URI who traveled to the Southern Ocean during the 2016-2017 season, our speakers will share with you their research experiences in Antarctica, discuss the international scientific efforts that make these expeditions possible, and the exciting science they conducted while they were there. All ages are welcome and encouraged to attend! The Bay Informed monthly discussions are designed for the community to get involved and learn more about research at GSO. This presentation is the last in the series for 2017. For more information, visit: https://web.uri.edu/chowder-marching/bay-informed/ or contact email@example.com.