Undergraduate Capstone at Glacier Bay

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Our senior capstone this year visited Glacier Bay, Alaska. Students share their research and thoughts on the website below...

UW undergraduates scrutinize Glacier Bay, share exploits by blog: "Twenty-one University of Washington seniors and their professors will sail from Seattle Saturday on the UW's research vessel the Thomas G. Thompson to Glacier Bay. Once there they will embark on an intense four-day research cruise in the bay. Students, teachers and members of the general public are invited to follow the expedition online at http://courses.washington.edu/ocean444/2008/"

(Via uwnews.org | RSS news feed: news releases about UW Schools, Departments, and Units: Oceanography, School of | University of Washington.)

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About this Entry

This page contains a single entry by Russ McDuff published on May 25, 2008 1:21 PM.

Corrosive ocean water moving shoreward was the previous entry in this blog.

Considering the College of the Environment is the next entry in this blog.

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