U.S. And Cuban Scientists Join Forces To Protect Shared Marine Ecosystem

Marine geologist David Hollander (USF, right) instructs Cuban students on sediment core sampling techniques off northwest Cuba. Dr. Greg Brooks (Eckerd College, orange shirt) assists. (Courtesy of C-IMAGE)

Marine geologist David Hollander (USF, right) instructs Cuban students on sediment core sampling techniques off northwest Cuba. Dr. Greg Brooks (Eckerd College, orange shirt) assists. (Courtesy of C-IMAGE)

(From WBUR \ May 16, 2018)

U.S. scientists are working with their Cuban counterparts to study the waters near the island nation. And as David Levin reports, what they learn could benefit both countries.

This story was made possible by the C-IMAGE ConsortiumGulf of Mexico Research Initiative and Mind Open Media.

This segment aired on May 16, 2018.

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