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Navarre teams going to international SeaPerch competition

| Hansen Hasenberg
According to the United States Geological Survey, about 71% of the Earth’s surface is covered in water. Here in the Navarre area, we are no strangers to water ourselves. At Navarre High School and Navarre Beach Marine Science Station, students have been making machines, known as remotely operated vehicles (ROV), that operate underwater and can perform tasks, from collecting samples to providing a glimpse at life under the water.
The Oceaneers are Tami McConnell’s team for SeaPerch 2023. Many of the members of the team come from McConnell’s experimental science class. Pictured are (from left) Jonathan Mellette, Catie Staudt, Tami McConnell, Cassie Stanish, Brianna Stanish and Ray Gifford.


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