and graduate students have conducted oceanographic research at
sea and in the laboratory.
|Shipboard Operations (Leg 05)
Students operate a variety of oceanographic instruments during the 5-day cruise component of the program.
of the Charleston Transect
20 oceanographic sampling stations of the Charleston Transect cross
the continental shelf off the coast of Charleston, SC.
Database (Legs 01-04)
collected during Legs 01- 03 are archived in a GIS database.
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PhotoDocumentaries display student research projects.
|Program Evaluations (Leg 05)
Student responses pre- and post-program .
Organisms collected were photographed and identified.
These galleries are intended for use as field guides for future
research on the southeast U.S. continental shelf.
short clips of organisms viewed both on the
seafloor and in the lab.
- Sampling Equipment with organisms collected
Several organizations and universities generously contributed resources
The College of Charleston Transect Program Legs 01-04 were funded
National Science Foundation Geoscience Education grant (GEO-0331155).
Additional support was generously provided by the NOAA Coastal Services Center
and the College of Charleston Dept. of Geology and Environmental Geosciences.
Leg 05 was supported by the Cooperative Institute for Ocean Exploration, Research and Technology
(NOAA award # NA09OAR4320073).
Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this
are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views
of either the
National Science Foundation or the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
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