Expedition 14 Interviews
Colin MorrisonBen Tradd: Ben Tradd started working for WHOI part time while he was a student at Massachusetts Maritime Academy. He joined WHOI full time three years ago, and five months ago Ben qualified to become a Jason pilot—at 25, the youngest person ever to do so. Read the interview »
Colin Morrison Catie Graver: Catie Graver is one of the two Shipboard Scientific Services Group technicians (SSSGs) on the cruise. She studied Biology and Oceanography at the University of Southern California. She grew up in that area and still lives there—when she’s not on the ship. Read the interview »
Hugh Popenoe Colin Morrison: Colin Morrison is a senior at the University of Nevada, Reno, studying  biology and political science. During the cruise he is working with Dr. Joan Bernhard collecting and processing sediment samples from the DHABs. This is his first experience with oceanography and his first time at sea. Read the interview »
Hugh Popenoe Hugh Popenoe: Engineer Hugh Popenoe works on three major projects at WHOI: the remotely operated vehicle Jason, the human occupied vehicle Alvin, and the Martha's Vineyard Coastal Observatory. Last year he saw a Deep Hypersaline Anoxic Basin with his own eyes, from the portholes of Alvin during a dive in the Gulf of Mexico. Read the interview »



















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