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Emily Callahan, MAS ’14, and Amber Jackson, MAS ’14, two alumnae of Scripps Institution of Oceanography, have made it their mission to determine the best possible afterlife for these rig structures.
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Scripps alumnae Emily Callahan and Amber Jackson have made it their mission to dive below the surface to oil and gas platforms to determine the best possible “afterlife” scenario for these complex structures.
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