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Press Release 14-091
Ready for sea

Researchers, congressional staff get first glimpse of NSF's R/V Sikuliaq

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R/V Sikuliaq docked

R/V Sikuliaq stopped at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution for some final outfitting before heading into more sea trials.

Credit: Karen Pearce, NSF


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UAF's Dan Oliver on R/V Sikuliaq

Dan Oliver from University of Alaska Fairbanks introduced Amy Baco-Taylor who spoke about her research and what she will do aboard R/V Sikuliaq during its inaugural research cruise in the Pacific later this year. She will be the ship's first chief scientist.

Credit: Mike Castellini, UAF


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UAF's Steve Hartz explains some R/V Sikuliaq science displays to Congressman Bill Keating.

Steve Hartz (right), from University of Alaska Fairbanks School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences, shows Congressman Bill Keating from Massachusetts some of the many science displays aboard R/V Sikuliaq.

Credit: Mike Castellini, UAF


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