The Underwater Technology Podcast

Underwater Technology Podcast - Pod21 - Karen Boswarva, PhD student in Marine Robotics at SAMS, research using Gavia AUV

August 06, 2020 Steve Hall, Society for Underwater Technology; Karen Boswara, SAMS Season 1 Episode 21
The Underwater Technology Podcast
Underwater Technology Podcast - Pod21 - Karen Boswarva, PhD student in Marine Robotics at SAMS, research using Gavia AUV
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The Underwater Technology Podcast
Underwater Technology Podcast - Pod21 - Karen Boswarva, PhD student in Marine Robotics at SAMS, research using Gavia AUV
Aug 06, 2020 Season 1 Episode 21
Steve Hall, Society for Underwater Technology; Karen Boswara, SAMS

Podcast 21, 6th August 2020. This week SUT CEO Steve Hall interviews PhD student Karen Boswarva of the Scottish Association for Marine Science in Dunstaffnage, Scotland, about her almost-finished doctorate using the SAMS Gavia Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) 'Freya' to conduct environmental surveys in sea lochs, and overseas on fieldwork in Chile.
Contact Karen via the SAMS website (linked above) or follow on Twitter as '@bozwoz'. Find out more about SUT at www.sut.org, contact Steve Hall here especially if you've got a subject for a future episode of the podcast.
Thanks to Emily Boddy for producing the podcast artwork and composting and performing he podcast theme music, and to Zapsplat for ambient ocean sounds. 

Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech)

Show Notes

Podcast 21, 6th August 2020. This week SUT CEO Steve Hall interviews PhD student Karen Boswarva of the Scottish Association for Marine Science in Dunstaffnage, Scotland, about her almost-finished doctorate using the SAMS Gavia Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) 'Freya' to conduct environmental surveys in sea lochs, and overseas on fieldwork in Chile.
Contact Karen via the SAMS website (linked above) or follow on Twitter as '@bozwoz'. Find out more about SUT at www.sut.org, contact Steve Hall here especially if you've got a subject for a future episode of the podcast.
Thanks to Emily Boddy for producing the podcast artwork and composting and performing he podcast theme music, and to Zapsplat for ambient ocean sounds. 

Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech)