SEANET Spotlight Video Highlights Coupland’s Work

Our latest SEANET Spotlight video highlights the work of Katie Coupland, a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Maine’s Darling Marine Center studying oceanography.  Her research focuses on collecting data by using buoy and handheld sensors in the Damariscotta River to collect water samples to better understand the potential for climate impact on aquaculture. By turning her data into numerical models, she hopes to point shellfish growers to their next perfect site. Watch the video on our Vimeo site.