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Conrad Neumann

Commercial Fisherman

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Email: c***@***.edu

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Just Between Us: A Poetry and Prose Anthology

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Conrad Neumann was born and raised on Marthas Vineyard , MA, in the days of and after WWII.
He worked as a commercial fisherman, took an interest in the ocean, worked at the Woods Hole Institution of Oceanography, studied at Brooklyn College, Texas A&M and Lehigh U. His studies of the geologic aspects of the oceans have taken him from the Red Sea to the South Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea. He has dived to two miles down in the Gulf of Mexico on the submersible, Alvin. After 35 years of teaching and research at U. of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, he is now a retired Professor Emeritus and lives in Durham, NC, with his wife, Jane.


A Community of Scientists on Martha's Vineyard - Martha's Vineyard Arts & Ideas

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Conrad Neumann, University of North Carolina professor emeritus of geology, was born in Chilmark in 1933.
Schooled on- and off-Island, he wanted to be a fisherman. His mother had other ideas, and when Conrad was 16 years old, she wrote a letter to Columbus Iselin of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution about a job for her son. It was a fortunate introduction, because in 1958, after receiving a master's degree in geology, he joined the institution, where explorations at sea led him to a lifelong career of research on the carbonate sediments of the seafloor, biological processes of erosion, shoreline, and climate changes. About himself he once wrote, "What he does best, however, is fish: a result of his legacy of being born and brought up on Martha's Vineyard Island surrounded by the sea."


About | Coastal Care

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Conrad Neumann


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.


They That Go Down to the Sea

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Conrad Neumann , born and brought up on the island of Marthas Vineyard has been commercial fisherman, sea-going scientist, researcher, published poet and professor of geological oceanography.
He presently lives in Durham NC and is emeritus at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.


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