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Archive for 2015

This is where I belong!

November 4th, 2015 by Ally Marter, SeaTrek BVI Staff Member | 5 Comments

“What am I doing here? I’m not good enough. How can I possibly learn all these things that I’m expected to know?” After an action-packed week of staff training, I couldn’t help but let these thoughts run through my mind. That first week of being an intern is the hardest. There are just so many […]

Geology in the Field: A New Zealand Experience, Pt. 3

April 10th, 2015 by Gus Meloy |

This blog series details the travels and experiences of SeaTrek’s Gus Meloy, a geologist going through the pinnacle of his education. Six weeks of intense field and course work are described while providing insight about the country of New Zealand. This is a unique perspective he intends to share through a series of entries.

Geology in the Field: A New Zealand Experience, Pt. 2

March 30th, 2015 by Gus Meloy |

This blog series details the travels and experiences of SeaTrek’s Gus Meloy, a geologist going through the pinnacle of his education. Six weeks of intense field and course work are described while providing insight about the country of New Zealand. This is a unique perspective he intends to share through a series of entries.

Geology in the Field: A New Zealand Experience, Part 1

March 2nd, 2015 by Gus Meloy |

This blog series details the travels and experiences of SeaTrek’s Gus Meloy, a geologist going through the pinnacle of his education. Six weeks of intense field and course work are described while providing insight about the country of New Zealand. This is a unique perspective he intends to share through a series of entries. Week […]

A Study of Lionfish Distribution in the Bahamas

February 3rd, 2015 by Hunter Ramo | 3 Comments

This Island Times blog entry was originally published in the NAUI Sources magazine – First Quarter, 2015. It is a personal essay illustrating how SeaTrek science student, Hunter Ramo, completed an independent research project on the invasive lionfish in order to earn academic credit for school. Along with his fellow Bahamas Explorer shipmates, Hunter’s project […]

Rescue with Farva

January 11th, 2015 by Dakota Fenn |

This Island Times blog entry is part of a series of personal essays illustrating how SeaTrek has impacted the lives of our students and staff. We thank Dakota Fenn, former student/intern and current staff member, for this insightful look into “NAUI’s Rescue Diver Course” with SeaTrek BVI.   Ever since I was a little kid, […]