Nicholas L. Armstrong-Crews

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Waves are everywhere; countless natural phenomena are composed of waves or interact with waves in some way. Light, sound, earthquakes, oceanic waves – all are examples of waves. Since waves are so ubiquitous, it is of great importance for scientists and engineers to study and model them. For example, a seismologist might want to model an earthquake’s(More)
The Department of Fish and Game keeps observational sites in remote locations for such purposes as counting fish, measuring weather, and various research projects. In Alaska, fishing and natural tourism are vital to the economy of the state, making these measurements all the more important. However, due to large geographic spread with little transportation(More)
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