Tim Weghorst, a marine engineering technician at Mote Marine, hooks onto Genie to retrieve her from a 15-day mission in the Gulf of Mexico on June 24. Genie is a glider that collected data to understand how red tide moves and comes about.
Tim Weghorst, a marine engineering technician at Mote Marine, hooks onto Genie to retrieve her from a 15-day mission in the Gulf of Mexico on June 24. Genie is a glider that collected data to understand how red tide moves and comes about. Hannah Morse
Tim Weghorst, a marine engineering technician at Mote Marine, hooks onto Genie to retrieve her from a 15-day mission in the Gulf of Mexico on June 24. Genie is a glider that collected data to understand how red tide moves and comes about. Hannah Morse

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