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Waterford High School Drifter Project -Testing different kinds of ocean drifters and technologies
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The Ocean Race 16 Nov 17
✔️ Drifters dropped in 🌎's most isolated places ✔️ Key scientific data collected ✔️ experts observe ocean trends Everything you need to know about the drifter buoy deployment programme ➡️
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𝓜𝓮𝓰𝓱𝓪𝓷 𝓨𝓸𝓼𝓽 28 Aug 17
This story is incredible! A high school student in Connecticut built a that traveled across the world to Ireland & England.
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WHS Drifter Project 20 Aug 17
2 Successful Voyages; So many great stories to tell 🌎⛵
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Marine Institute 3 Aug 17
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NOSB 4 Aug 17
This mini sailboat, Lancer, was created by alum Kaitlyn Dow! So excited for her 2nd successful launch!
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Matthew Endicott 5 Aug 17
we found Lacer last night washed up on the rocks in the river Yealm
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Michael O'Connor 8 Jul 17
Does lightning really never strike the same place twice? If you love something set it free if it comes back holy cow
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WHS Drifter Project 1 Jul 17
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WHS Drifter Project 18 Jun 17
Progress update!
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NOSB 17 Jun 17
So glad you like it ! Thanks for helping to highlight at the ! Good luck with all your drifters!
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WHS Drifter Project 17 Jun 17
Thanks for the awesome shirt! I can't wait to show it off
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Michael O'Connor 14 Jun 17
Lancer has not transmitted for 36 hours. It looks like it is circling a huge drain. Gale force winds & 20 foot waves
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WorldScienceFestival 4 Jun 17
Caitlin demonstrates sea water density to explain how ocean currents propelled her sailboat
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WorldScienceFestival 4 Jun 17
Caitlin notified Ireland locals about her sailboat by contacting local pub owners to help spread the word (In true Irish fashion!)
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WorldScienceFestival 4 Jun 17
Caitlin's sailboat traveled along the Gulf Stream, an ocean channel powered entirely by wind.
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WorldScienceFestival 4 Jun 17
Caitlin built a 5-ft long sailboat that traveled by current power from Connecticut to Ireland!
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WorldScienceFestival 4 Jun 17
First up, Caitlin, a HS Senior. She's the winner of the National Ocean Science Bowl and she'll be sharing her love of marine science w/ us!
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WorldScienceFestival 4 Jun 17
A live demo of upwelling!
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NOSB 4 Jun 17
, student, demonstrates her research using drifter technologies to at the
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WorldScienceFestival 4 Jun 17
Follow more of this amazing project at
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