硫붾돱뿴湲
꽭뀡젙蹂
듅蹂꾩꽭뀡4 빐뼇솚寃 - 諛붾떎瑜 뒿寃⑺븳 뵆씪뒪떛
씪떆 11.01(湲) 10:00~12:00
옣냼 뙆씪떎씠뒪샇뀛 遺궛 蹂멸2痢 移댄봽由щ8
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떖 썝以
븳援빐뼇怨쇳븰湲곗닠썝 궓빐뿰援ъ냼
냼옣
떖썝以 諛뺤궗(1968뀈깮)뒗 꽌슱븰援 빐뼇븰怨쇱뿉꽌 빐뼇븰(1990뀈)쓣 쟾怨듯븯쑝硫, 룞 븰썝뿉꽌 빐뼇솚寃쎄낵븰쑝濡 꽍궗(1996뀈) 諛 諛뺤궗븰쐞(2000뀈)瑜 痍⑤뱷븯떎. 쁽옱 븳援빐뼇怨쇳븰湲곗닠썝뿉꽌 궓빐뿰援ъ냼옣쑝濡 洹쇰Т 以묒씠硫, 븘슱윭 怨쇳븰湲곗닠뿰빀븰썝븰援먯쓽 쟾엫援먯썝쑝濡 옱吏 以묒씠떎. 븰쐞怨쇱젙遺꽣 쁽옱源뚯 빐뼇 솚寃 以묒뿉꽌 吏냽꽦쑀湲곗삤뿼臾쇱쭏쓽 遺꾩꽍, 紐⑤땲꽣留, 嫄곕룞뿉 愿 뿰援щ 빐삤怨 엳쑝硫, 10뀈 쟾遺꽣 빐뼇솚寃쎌뿉꽌 (珥)誘몄꽭뵆씪뒪떛쓽 遺꾩꽍湲곗닠 媛쒕컻, 삤뿼룊媛, 옄뿰뭾솕뿉 쓽븳 誘몄꽭뵆씪뒪떛 깮꽦湲곗옉 洹쒕챸 뿰援щ 吏꾪뻾븯怨 엳떎. 쁽옱源뚯 援젣븰닠吏뿉 媛쒖옱븳 165렪쓽 끉臾몄 珥 6,836쉶 씤슜릺뿀떎(H-index 46; Google Scholar 湲곗).
떖썝以 諛뺤궗뒗 빐뼇 뵆씪뒪떛 벐젅湲 臾몄젣빐寃곗쓣 쐞븳 GESAMP WG40, SCOR WG153, PICES WG42 벑쓽 援젣쟾臾멸 쐞썝쉶뿉 李몄뿬븯怨 엳떎.
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Rachael Z. Miller
Rozalia Project for a Clean Ocean/Cora Ball
Founder/CEO
Rachael Miller is the Founder of Rozalia Project for a Clean Ocean, Co-Inventor of the Cora Ball, and a National Geographic Explorer. Rachael is focused on protecting the ocean specifically addressing the problem of marine debris through cleanup, prevention through education, embracing innovation and technology and doing solutions-based research in urban and coastal waters and from surface to seafloor. Rozalia Project removed over 1,000,000 pieces of trash from our ocean, lakes and rivers and educated and inspired over 75,000 people in direct programs over the last 10 years. The Cora Ball is the world셲 first microfiber-catching laundry ball and a tool to make an impact, raise awareness and inspire innovation around the problem of microplastic and microfiber pollution worldwide. Rachael is a frequent public speaker sharing her team셲 work at the 5 and 6th International Marine Debris Conferences, New England Aquarium's IMAX theater, Underwater Intervention, Alaska Forum on the Environment, European Outdoor Show, Microfiber Summit at the Parliament in London, YSEALI Marine Debris Expedition (Jakarta), TEDx Lowell and at numerous events and academic institutions worldwide. She is the lead author on one peer-reviewed published paper and several reports on microplastics and marine debris. Awards and recognition for Rachael and her team include: VideoRay셲 Best Mission and PR Story awards for work using remotely operated vehicles to connect people to their underwater world and understand marine debris at the land-sea interface; named an Ocean Exemplar by World Ocean Observatory, Old Pulteney Maritime Hero Finalist, a finalist at the Ocean Exchange and winner of the Most Innovative Idea in Microplastics from Think Beyond Plastic. Rachael holds a USCG 50 ton Master's license and captains the 60 sailing research vessel, American Promise. She trains ROV pilots for VideoRay, helps write curriculum for US Sailing셲 REACH STEM Education program and mentors students at the New York Harbor School. Her academic background is in marine studies and underwater archaeology. She lives in Vermont and loves the snowy mountains as much as the sea.
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Pete Ceglinski
Seabin Project
Ceo&Co Founder
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