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Graduate Student Spotlight: Shamoy Bideau

USVI Hub

Close up of the surface of dark blue water

In the Field WIth the Puerto Rico Hub – Spring 2022

Close up of the surface of dark blue water

Anna Aguirre

Guam Hub

Landscape view of Guam with green hills in the foreground and the sea and clouds in the background

Mónica Rodríguez Pabón

Puerto Rico Hub

View from a forested hill of a small bayfront town, with the bay just visible under a blue sky

Zola Roper & Joseph Townsend

USVI Hub

Tiffany Del Valle Gonzalez

Puerto Rico & USVI Hubs

Jezreelyn Bulaklak

Guam Hub

Sign that spells out Guam in a park under palm trees

Last week, #PuertoRico hub students sampled water at Laguna Grande, a bioluminescent bay in Fajardo, Puerto Rico.

The bay contains tiny microorganisms, known as #dinoflagellates, that respond to movement in the water by emitting a glowing blue light called #bioluminescence

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This project has been funded through a grant by the National Science Foundation.

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