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Published on Jul 26, 2010
After completing an intensive course in oceanography, students embarked on a summer research cruise to Bermuda. Each student's research project focused on a different aspect of the southeast continental shelf/Gulf Stream. Students spent a final week refining and presenting their research results at the Sea Education Association's laboratories at Woods Hole, MA.
This cruise was part of the first Gulf Stream Oceanography Program (GUSTO), jointly supported by the S.C. Sea Grant Consortium and the College of Charleston. The tallship, Corwith Cramer, is owned by the Sea Education Association.