Deployment of a Subsurface ADCP to Investigate Flow Dynamics on Mesophotic Coral Reefs

Guest: Tim Noyes, University of Salford/Bermuda Institute of Ocean Science

In this fall series of podcasts, we introduce some of the winners and general entrants from the 2020 Teledyne Marine Photo Contest. Teledyne's annual Photo/ Data Contest concluded with over 80 qualified submissions that helped the company donate over $1200 to Save the Children as part of a charitable giving campaign. 

In this episode we talk to Tim Noyes, an earlier winner of our Academic Grant and now the winner of our Teamwork Makes the Dream Work award for this year's Teledyne Marine Photo Contest. Tim explains the photo, a bit about his PhD work at BIOS and some exciting data they were able to capture during a recent deployment of their Teledyne RD Instruments ADCP.

To learn more about BIOS and the work that Tim and the team are doing you can follow @biosstation​ on Twitter and Instagram. You can follow Tim on Twitter if you search for his handle: @fieldnoyes​.

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