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Special Guest

Greg Brusseau

Greg is currently a Research Scientist in the Argo Float
Lab at the University of Washington’s School of Oceanography.  Argo
Floats are profiling autonomous underwater drifters that can help
measure global climate change along with many other ocean properties.
The lab deploys approximately 125 of these instruments a year all over
the globe.  Greg started his career as a technician on the Bering Sea
Integrated Ecosystem Research Program (BSIERP) working on both the
University of Washington’s research vessel Thomas G. Thompson and the
United States Coast Guard Cutter Healy.  He also worked as a Research
Scientist for the Oceanic Remote Chemical Analyzer (ORCA) buoy project
which monitors water quality in Washington’s Puget Sound.