Episode 37​ Teledyne Slocum Glider "Gretel" Follows the Bread Crumbs Home


Join us for a discussion with ​Hank Statscewich, Research Analyst at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, Institute of Marine Science as he talks about their use of Slocum gliders in their research. Learn how one glider earned the name Gretel during an incident under the ice in Antarctica and how Gretel is helping to map the distribution of Pacific salmon. Tune into this episode of Marine Tech Talk to hear how scientists are using Gretel offshore in the deep Gulf of Alaska to collect acoustic and environmental data between Resurrection Bay and 150 miles offshore into the Gulf of Alaska.

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​​Guest: Hank Statscewich, Research Analyst, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Institute of Marine Science​