+ The Motion of the Ocean
Scientists from around the world came together to study ocean currents using a variety of highly advanced instruments that will help develop next generation ocean circulation models. They conducted the largest ocean current experiments ever performed, providing invaluable data that sheds light on how water moves in the sea.
This research is conducted by the Consortium for Advanced Research on Transport of Hydrocarbon in the Environment (CARTHE). Special thanks to Screenscope and members of the CARTHE research team for providing the footage for this video.
To learn more about how water moves, visit www.carthe.org
+ Building a teardrop camper episode 6
Building the trailer, the last big glass job, building the doors and planning ahead. How should we paint this thing? Should we build a storage box? Comment below with your suggestions!
+ Building a teardrop camper episode 4
Despite our lack of skill, this thing is actually starting to look pretty cool!
+ Building a teardrop camper episode 3
After a week in Dominica, it's back to work fiberglassing the rest of the panels together and getting ready to install the galley.
+ Drifting in the Gulf
After the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in 2010, ocean scientists from around the world came together to study the currents in the Gulf of Mexico in new ways. After designing a new bio-degradable GPS drifter, they performed the largest ocean drifter experiment in history.
Use these drifters for your research ► http://bit.ly/2qTOZXd
If you encounter a drifter in the water, please leave it in the water so it can continue to collect important data
Special thanks to Screenscope and members of the CARTHE research team for providing the footage for this video!
To learn more about the LAgrangian Submesoscale ExpeRiment (LASER), visit www.carthe.org
+ Building a Teardrop camper episode 7
After taking into account all of your awesome ideas and feedback, we designed and built a storage box that the teardrop will sit on top of!
+ Building a teardrop camper episode 5
It's cutting day! After finishing the monster fiberglass job it's time to cut out the doors, the galley hatch, and the sunroof!
+ Emerald Pool, Dominica (360 Video)
Exploring the refreshingly cool water of emerald pool on the island of Dominica.
Filmed with a GoPro Omni & Zoom H2N Microphone
+ That time Laura ran over a shark
The gals take off on their first long distance kiting adventure but come up short after a visit from the man in the grey suit!
Music: "Spontaneity" by X3SR