Grad Skills Seminar: Gabe Venegas on the New England Mud Patch

Tales form the New England Mud Patch
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Graduate Skills Seminar:

Tales from the New England Mud Patch

Presenter: Gabe Venegas

Friday, September 25 at 3 PM in ETC 4.150

This past summer, the R/V Hugh R. Sharp set out from Lewes, DE to the New England Mud Patch in hopes of confirming ocean bottom inversion techniques with ground truth acoustic measurements of mud cored directly from the ocean bottom. There were several acoustical experiments conducted during this pilot study. This talk will focus on the resonance tube technique used to measure compressional wave speed of mud cored from the New England Mud Patch in the 1-10 kHz frequency range. Preliminary data will be presented along with a description of life aboard a research vessel from a graduate student’s perspective. This seminar will complement the full acoustics area seminar to follow.

Hope to see you there!

-Anthony, Chair
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