Finding Buoy Engineering Challenge
This project will introduce students to current research being conducted in the Arctic, through the work of Dr. Hill at Old Dominion University. The WARM research project aims to collect light intensity and temperature measurements under the Arctic ice pack to determine the link between light penetration and surface ocean warming. In this lesson students are challenged by Dr. Hill to support her in her research, by designing and engineering a new prototype of the WARM buoy. Students also will be analyzing numerical and photographic data and presenting their findings and design to Dr. Hill.
Authors: Adriane Majzun, Telisha Jackson; EARTH Satellite December 8, 2016 Pensacola