Huakaʻi Papahānaumokuākea 2012: Life On Board Hiʻialakai

Huakaʻi Papahānaumokuākea 2012: Life On Board Hiʻialakai
The NOAA ship Hiʻialakai functions as its own floating city, requiring the expertise of the various crew members and researchers on board to ensure a safe and successful mission, especially when voyaging and conducting dangerous research in a remote place for nearly a month.  Meet some of the people that make it all happen.
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