Tasha Snow

Tasha Snow is a PhD student at the University of South Florida, College of Marine Science in St. Petersburg, Florida.


Like most people, I really enjoy playing sports (especially volleyball and softball), eating cookie dough ice cream, and going to the beach to splash around with my Golden Retriever, Lily. Unlike most people, though, my love and work is Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology, the study of past oceans and climates.

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  1. Pingback: 10/25/2013 – Meeting the R/V Gould | Expedition Antarctica

  2. Pingback: 10/29/2013 – Ship Life | Expedition Antarctica

  3. Pingback: 10/30/2013 – Slow and Steady | Expedition Antarctica

  4. Pingback: 10/31/2013 – How to Open a Research Station | Expedition Antarctica

  5. Pingback: 11/3-11/4/2013 – Trials of Sea Ice and Coring | Expedition Antarctica

  6. Pingback: 11/7/2013 – Neck Deep in Sediment, Part 1 | Expedition Antarctica

  7. Pingback: 11/10/2013 – Cruise Progress: Sitting Still | Expedition Antarctica

  8. Pingback: 1/27/2014 – Mysteries of East Antarctica’s Totten Glacier System | Expedition Antarctica

  9. Pingback: 1/28/2014 – Cruise Preparations | Expedition Antarctica

  10. Pingback: 2/3/2014 – Mertz Glacier Science Plan | Expedition Antarctica

  11. Pingback: 2/19/2014 – Marine Mammal Observations | Expedition Antarctica

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