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Emily Chua

Emily Chua has written 2 posts for oceanbites

Volcanoes of the Caribbean: Science Swashbuckling with a Laser Spectrometer

The deep sea is a hostile environment – think corrosive seawater and bone-crushing pressures – not to mention underwater volcanoes spewing hot, gassy fluids. Read how scientists explored the most active underwater volcano in the Caribbean Sea using lasers! Emily ChuaI am a PhD candidate in the Earth & Environment department at Boston University.  For […]

Sailing the Seven Seas with Argo

The ocean is widely considered to be the Final Frontier. How exactly can we study such an immense system? One way is with an army of underwater robots which is advancing our understanding of the ocean, one profile at a time. Emily ChuaI am a PhD candidate in the Earth & Environment department at Boston […]

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