The third and final cruise for our NSF-funded RAPID project has departed from Galveston, TX, following a slight deviation from the original schedule. Read more about this cruise on our colleague's cruise blog here: https://cajunplankton.com/2018/03/19/rapid-3-chasing-sleep-wee-beasties/
We will also be tweeting from sea tomorrow, 20 March, between the hours of 8 am and 8 pm CDT. Find our Twitter feed (@bastauffer) to participate, or send in a question you'd like to ask about science or life at sea via email (email@example.com). Hope to "see" you there!
3/20/2018 07:32:02 pm
Let me know if one of you makes a short freshman friendly video intro about what you're doing and why. I'd love to post it in my BIOL111 course. We're about to start studying ecology for the rest of the semester.
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