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SPRING SEMESTER MEETING TIME
Every other Wednesday
6 PM in the TNR Building, Room 240
 
Next Meeting: May 7th
Join MANRRS as we celebrate the end of the year and welcome our new officers.
 

 
Want to learn more information about MANRRS? Need a place to hang out between classes? 
Stop by our office in the DUC, Room 70H.
 
Spring 2014 Office Hours
Mondays: 9-11 AM, 2-4 PM
Tuesdays: 3-4 PM
Wednesdays: 11-12 PM
Thursdays: 12-1 PM, 2-3 PM 
Fridays: 2-4 PM

 
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Evan Forde
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Originally from Miami, Florida, Dr. Forde was influenced by the marine environment around him. He attended Columbia University to earn his B.S. in Geology, and later a M.S. in marine geology and geophysics. As an undergraduate in 1973, Forde held a research position at the Marine Geology and Geophysics Laboratory at NOAA’s (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) Atlantic Laboratory. Forde has conducted research in a number of oceanographic and meteorological fields. Research projects have focused on gravity-induced mass sediment movements on continental slopes, 3-D mapping of hydrothermal plumes, and the ocean-atmospheric exchange of carbon dioxide. Besides conducting research, Forde has also worked extensively in science education. He has developed and taught courses at the University of Miami, along with developing OCEANS (Oceanographic Curriculum Empowering Achievement in Natural Sciences) for middle school students in southern Florida. He has quickly become a popular lecturer for school and community events. His current research focuses on the effects that dust storms in Africa have on the formation of Atlantic basin hurricanes.