2003

Staff Saturation Mission — Staff Training and System Checks
Mission: March 24 - April 2

Staff Saturation Mission — Staff Training and System Checks
Mission: April 21-30

Mission 1 — A Study of Population Dynamics of Scleractinians on Conch Reef: A Demographic and Population Genetics Approach
Principal Investigator: Mary Alice Coffroth, SUNY-Buffalo
Training: May 12-16
Mission: May 19-28

Mission 2 — NASA: Space Station Training and Simulation Project: NEEMO V
Principal Investigator: Bill Todd,NASA/United Space Alliance
Mission: June 16-29

Mission 3 — Flow Modulated Metabolism: Connection with Coral Bleaching and Reef Oxygen Crises?
Principal Investigator: Dr. Mark Patterson, College of William and Mary
Training: July 7-11
Mission: July 14-23

Mission 4 — Responses of Benthic Macroalgae to High Frequency Upwelling on the Florida Reef Tract
Principal Investigator: Dr. James Leichter, Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Training: August 4-8
Mission: August 11-20

Mission 5 — Biogeochemical Control on The Stable Carbon and Nitrogen Isotopic Composition of Marine Sponges Along Natural Environmental Gradients
Principal Investigator: Dr. Chris Martens, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Training: September 8-12
Mission: September 15-24

Mission 7 — Herbivore Resistance to Seaweed Defenses and The Effects on Reef Community Structure
Principal Investigator: Dr. Mark Hay, Georgia Institute of Technology
Training: November 3-7
Mission: November 10-19

Mission 8 — US Navy Development Saturation Mission.
Principal Investigator: Mr. Craig Cooper
Training: December 1 - 4
Mission: December 6 - 10