Oceanography The Official Magazine of
The Oceanography Society

Volume 35 | Number 2 | September 2022

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Volume 35 Issue 2

Overview of the Processes Driving Exchange at Cape Hatteras Program
Seim, H.E., D. Savidge, M. Andres, J. Bane, C. Edwards, G. Gawarkiewicz, R. He, R.E. Todd, M. Muglia, J. Zambon, L. Han, and S. Mao. 2022. Overview of the Processes driving Exchange At Cape Hatteras program. Oceanography 35(2):6–17, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2022.205.

The NSF Graduate Fellowship Program: An Analysis of Awards in the Ocean Sciences by Gender and Career Stage, 1996–2021
Cook, S.B., G. Muller-Parker, and C.B. Cook. 2022. The NSF Graduate Fellowship Program: An analysis of awards in the ocean sciences by gender and career stage, 1996–2021. Oceanography 35(2):18–25, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2022.212.

Transforming the Future of Marine Aquaculture: A Circular Economy Approach
Greene, C.H., C.M. Scott-Buechler, A.L.P. Hausner, Z.I. Johnson, X.G. Lei, and M.E. Huntley. 2022. Transforming the future of marine aquaculture: A circular economy approach. Oceanography 35(2):26–34, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2022.213.


Bio-Inspired Ocean Exploration
Xu, N.W., and J.O. Dabiri. 2022. Bio-inspired ocean exploration. Oceanography 35(2):35–48, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2022.214.


QUARTERDECK • Seeking Outstanding Feature Articles: First Results of the Oceanography Survey
Kappel, E. 2022. Oceanography considers oceans across the solar system. Oceanography 35(2):3, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2022.215.

FROM THE TOS JEDI COMMITTEE • Broadening Participation in TOS Through Honors Nominations and Awards
Muller-Karger, F., E. Bhatt, and E. Meyer-Gutbrod. 2022. Broadening participation in TOS through honors nominations and awards. Oceanography 35(2):4–5, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2022.216.

WORKSHOP REPORT • Characterization and Speciation of Marine Materials Using Synchrotron Probes: Guidelines for New Users
Jones, R., S. Nicholas, P. Northrup, B.C. Bostick, C. Hoffman, W. Hu, P.J. Lam, A. Leri, B.M. Toner, and B.S. Twining. 2022. Characterization and speciation of marine materials using synchrotron probes: Guidelines for new users. Oceanography 35(2):49–54, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2022.207.

DIY OCEANOGRAPHY • pySAS: Autonomous Solar Tracking System for Surface Water Radiometric Measurements
Haëntjens, N., K. Forsythe, B. Denholm, J. Loftin, and E. Boss. 2022. pySAS: Autonomous solar tracking system for surface water radiometric measurements. Oceanography 35(2):55–59, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2022.210.

OCEAN EDUCATION • Broadening Participation through Research Experiences in Marine Science: An Early-Admit Immersive College Course Provides Experiential, Place-Based Scientific Training for Hawai‘i High School Students
Rivera, M.A.J., C.M. Ambrosino, M.M. Manning, S. Leon Soon, Y.M. Rii, and K.D. Gorospe. 2022. Broadening participation through research experiences in marine science: An early-admit immersive college course provides experiential, place-based scientific training for Hawai‘i high school students. Oceanography 35(2):60–71, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2022.204.

NAVIGATING GRAD SCHOOL • Finding a Thesis Topic
Franks, P.J.S. 2022. Finding a thesis topic. Oceanography 35(2):72–77, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2022.211.

THE OCEANOGRAPHY CLASSROOM • Collaborative Sketching to Support Sensemaking: If You Can Sketch It, You Can Explain It
Daae, K., and M.S. Glessmer. 2022. Collaborative sketching to support sensemaking: If you can sketch it, you can explain it. Oceanography 35(2):78–80, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2022.208.

Drupp, P. 2022. Career profiles—Options and insights. Oceanography 35(2):81–82, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2022.209.

Hall, C. 2022. Career profiles—Options and insights. Oceanography 35(2):83–84, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2022.206.