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03/11/2011 | Carla Companion, University of Maine (Ocean Systems)
Tags: 08.10.10 webinar, hydrothermal vents, 02.16.11 webinar, icebergs, 10.20.10 webinar
Their webinars may have come and gone, but we've seen a lot of "buzz" about some of our presenters in various media. Here are a few that we've seen recently.  MORE >>

11/22/2010 | Benjamin Twining, Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences (Ocean Systems)
Tags: 10.20.10 webinar, scientist post, icebergs
One of my favorite aspects of oceanography is its collaborative nature. Most projects are collaborations between multiple science groups—often located at different institutions and occasionally on different sides of the globe. A great collaborator can teach you about their field of research, provide an independent view of your own data, and help generate novel models and hypotheses.  MORE >>

10/22/2010 | Medea Steinman, (Ocean Systems)
Tags: 10.20.10 webinar, icebergs, concept mapping
In this week’s ROLE Model Webinar, Dr. Ben Twining, researcher at Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, described some of the myriad technologies that are used in ocean science research. Annette deCharon then shared some of her observations and experiences from her years of using concept mapping in a variety of contexts.  MORE >>