Last week, I found out my thesis article which I submitted for the publication Bracket 3 [At Extremes] was SELECTED! With over 200 hundred applications, mine will be included in the next issue of Bracket.
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Link to my page on Bracket website
This year CCA launched a website that features all this years thesis work. The website http://archthesis.cca.edu operates as a home for media footage and links to short video for each students project.
link to my page
This animation presents the path of the spreading field of debris caused by retreating waves from the 3/11 events in Japan, across an area covering 5,000 kilometers by 2,000 kilometers. This animation has been produced by Nikolai Maximenko and Jan Hafner of theInternational Pacific Researcg Center (IPRC).
According to both e360 and Earth Observatory this animation has been designed based on satellite data and a network of scientific buoys showing sea surface height, ocean surface winds, and ocean currents.
As e360 and Earth Observatory, but also countless other newspapers and magazines, reports, about 5 million tons of debris was pulled into the ocean and 70 percent sank to the seafloor, with about 1.5 million tons still floating.”