This week’s UH News Image of the Week is from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa’s Fernando Santiago-Mandujano, an oceanography research associate in the School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology.
Santiago-Mandujano shared: “Eleanor Bates and Blake Watkins preparing for a night water-sampler deployment onboard the UH Research Vessel Kilo Moana during a recent cruise of the Hawaiʻi Ocean Time-series (HOT) project. Eleanor is a PhD student at the UH Department of Oceanography in a project to quantify Iron turnover in the upper ocean. The HOT project has been conducting near-monthly cruises to Station ALOHA, 80 miles north of Oʻahu for more than 33 years, studying the hydrography and biogeochemical variability in the water column at this site.”
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