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Andrew Whitley, current student

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October 2nd, 2012
Managing SPURS Data


 

Kelly Jo Stull and Yossi Shirazi, Summer 2011 graduates

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Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Researchers take samples to measure ecological changes
Getting ready in case oil reaches state's coastline

By Julian March julian.march@starnewsonline.com

UNCW graduate student Kelly Stull (from left) Dr. Amanda Kerr, and graduate students Yossi Shirazi and Meg Young collect water samples and sediment core samples at Wrightsville Beach on June 22.

UNCW graduate student Kelly Stull (from left), Dr. Amanda Kahn, and
graduate students Yossi Shirazi and Meg Young collect water samples
and sediment core samples at Wrightsville Beach on June 22.
[Photo by Matt Born]

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Joshua Slater, December 2004 Graduate

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June 2010

Meet Some of the People of NOAA's Spill Response Team

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LTJG Joshua ("Josh") Slater recently served as NOAA's incident
operations coordinator for the BP oil spill crisis, where he
managed ERD's Seattle "war room."
[Photo courtesy of NOAA]

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Michelle Gomperts, December 2002 Graduate

Thursday, May 17, 2007

Biotech in Brunswick
BCC's new degree program could affect local job market

By Ana Ribeiro ana.ribeiro@starnewsonline.com

Michelle Gomperts, science instructor and future biotech program director,
photographed in a lab at Brunswick Community College, Friday, May 11, 2007.
[Photo by Briana Brough]

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Susie Holst, Summer 2003 Graduate

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Thursday, October 21, 2004

Reef cleanup reveals wreck clues
Divers removing nets from a Hawaiian atoll
find what might be ships sunk circa 1822

By Diana Leone dleone@starbulletin.com


COURTESY NATIONAL MARINE FISHERIES SERVICE
Susanna Holst, a diver with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, examines the remains of a shipwreck found at
the Pearl and Hermes atoll.

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Holst measures an anchor at a whaling shipwreck site. Fragments were initially spotted in July, with the wrecks located after several weeks of marine debris survey swims and tows.


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