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Conrad Neumann

Geology and Oceanography Teacher

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Background Information

Employment History

Commercial Fisherman

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution


Affiliations

Santa Aguila Foundation

Advisory Board Member


Coastal Care

Advisory Board Member


University of North Carolina

Professor Emeritus


UNC

Professor Emeritus In Department of Marine Sciences


University of Chicago

Professor Emeritus At Department of Marine Sciences


Education

master's degree

geology


Web References(22 Total References)


Night Whispers

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Conrad Neumann , recently retired from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, is an oceanographer and poet.
His work has appeared in Poetalk and several anthologies including Vineyard Poets, Immigration and Diversity, Never on Friday, and Sand, Sea and Sail . He has traveled widely on and under the ocean. His scientific work is on the geology of the sea floor and sea level change. He currently lives in Durham, NC, and Marthas Vineyard, MA.


Beachcare | About Us

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Conrad Neumann
Conrad Neumann, Professor Emeritus of Geological Oceanography at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, was born and brought up on Martha's Vineyard where he began his interest in the sea as a commercial fisherman. He has since studied and researched this field in such diverse places as the Red Sea, the South Atlantic, and the Gulf of Mexico. His specialty, carbonate sediments and limestones, has taken him to Bermuda, the Bahamas, the Caribbean, Italy, Hungary, U.K. and deep under the sea in the research submersible, Alvin where he discovered coral reefs growing at depths of two thousand feet off the Bahamas and cold sulfur springs at two miles deep off western Florida. Presently retired, he maintains his research activities as well as writing poetry, fishing and enjoying his Martha's Vineyard home with his wife, Jane.


Beachcare | Learn About Beaches

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Conrad Neumann
Conrad Neumann Photography Conrad Neumann, Professor Emeritus of Geological Oceanography at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, was born and brought up on Martha's Vineyard where he began his interest in the sea as a commercial fisherman.


Semester at Sea - Alumni

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Conrad Neumann, Professor of Geology & Oceanography Emeritus, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
History


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At the Chilmark Public Library on Wednesday, July 15, from 5:30 to 6:30 pm Chilmark native Conrad Neumann will present a program titled Geo-rambles at Sea and Ashore in Pictures, Poems and Yarns: A Geologist/ Oceanographer's Travels.
Conrad, along with his wife Jane, spends his summers in Chilmark and retreats to Chapel Hill, N.C., in the winter. He taught geology and oceanography at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Admission to Conrad's talk is sponsored by the Friends of the Chilmark Library and is free to the public. Call the library with questions: 508-645-3360. Just a small aside: Conrad and Jane are lucky enough to have 14-year-old granddaughter, Christina, here for the summer.


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