The Falmouth fieldwork, applied oceanography

The third year at the University started as an exciting 2 weeks long fieldwork in Cornwall. It gave us hands on experience of leading an oceanography research in coastal and estuarine waters of UK.  It was one of the best modules so far as I always value practical skills over theoretical knowledge. It was a great way to socialize, meet my current coursemates (I took a year off uni) and learn some applied oceanography. DSCN5279 DSCN5287 DSCN5293 DSCN5303 DSCN5308 DSCN5325 DSCN5347 2014-06-25 08.50.38 2014-06-25 08.51.44 2014-06-25 09.05.20 DSCN5243 Below is a link to the website my group created during the fieldwork. It summarizes the research and our initial findings.  http://www.soes.soton.ac.uk/teaching/courses/soes3018/2014/group9/index.html

About Zofia Drapella

I always seek adventures, but want them to be meaningful (usually related to science, marine biology, teaching). I so often find myself in the most amazing circumstances and incredible places with inspiring people. I genuinely consider myself to be the luckiest person in the world... I love nature, oceans, mountains, jungles. I try my best to capture what I have the privilege to see/experience and share it with others.
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