Spring Cruise Log: Final Report
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The end of a successful research voyage is marked by smiling faces. Chief Scientist Mike (center) led the effort to collect oceanographic data from 42 Gulf of Maine stations over a five-day period. No wonder those smiles appear a bit weary!

Folks from Bigelow Laboratory were happy to glimpse a welcome familar sight: Matinicus Rock at the mouth of Penobscot Bay, Maine (>>>). The weather on our final cruise day was rainy and the waves towered at times (<<<).

Our student interns -- Jennifer (Univ. of New England), Sue and Mark (Univ. of Rhode Island) -- got first-hand experience at sea. They were immensely helpful throughout the cruise. They also had a chance to explore the ship's wheelhouse, high above the action on deck.

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