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Wrong W. Bohlen?

Dr. W. Bohlen Frank

Professor

University of Connecticut

Direct Phone: (860) ***-****       

Email: b***@***.edu

University of Connecticut

263 Farmington Avenue

Farmington, Connecticut 06030

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Position In Long Range Planning

Off Soundings Club Inc

Oceanographer, Blue Water Sailor and Instructor

Annapolis School

Navigator

Puritan

Affiliations

Member
Bermuda Race

Newport Bermuda Race Organizing Committee
M.I.T.

Board Member
MACOORA

Web References (75 Total References)


Safety at Sea Seminar

www.marionbermuda.com [cached]

Frank Bohlen, Professor of Oceanography Emeritus

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Frank Bohlen is a Professor of Oceanography Emeritus in the Department of Marine Sciences at the University of Connecticut. For the past forty years he has been studying ocean and near-shore currents and transport using a variety of field and laboratory techniques. He is currently part of the team maintaining the Long Island Sound observatory (MYSOUND.uconn.edu). In addition to his scientific work he is an experienced ocean sailor and navigator and has sailed transatlantic four times and participated in 16 Newport Bermuda races and 10 Marblehead-Halifax Races. He received the Mixter Trophy as navigator of the winning yacht in the 1986 Newport Bermuda Race (Puritan - IMS). Since 1998 he has been presenting Gulf Stream Tutorials for the Newport Bermuda Race. Past editions of these can be obtained at Bermudarace.com.
This session will be presented by Ken McKinley, a professional meteorologist specializing in forecasting for ocean voyaging yachts, both cruising and racing, and Frank Bohlen, an oceanographer, Marine Sciences professor at the University of Connecticut, and an experienced offshore racer/cruiser and navigator.


Safety at Sea Seminar

www.marionbermuda.com [cached]

Frank Bohlen, Professor of Oceanography Emeritus

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Frank Bohlen is a Professor of Oceanography Emeritus in the Department of Marine Sciences at the University of Connecticut. For the past forty years he has been studying ocean and near-shore currents and transport using a variety of field and laboratory techniques. He is currently part of the team maintaining the Long Island Sound observatory (MYSOUND.uconn.edu). In addition to his scientific work he is an experienced ocean sailor and navigator and has sailed transatlantic four times and participated in 16 Newport Bermuda races and 10 Marblehead-Halifax Races. He received the Mixter Trophy as navigator of the winning yacht in the 1986 Newport Bermuda Race (Puritan - IMS). Since 1998 he has been presenting Gulf Stream Tutorials for the Newport Bermuda Race. Past editions of these can be obtained at Bermudarace.com.
This session will be presented by Ken McKinley, a professional meteorologist specializing in forecasting for ocean voyaging yachts, both cruising and racing, and Frank Bohlen, an oceanographer, Marine Sciences professor at the University of Connecticut, and an experienced offshore racer/cruiser and navigator.


Frank Bohlen, a ...

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Frank Bohlen, a UConn professor of marine services who has studied dredging for decades, said the open water disposal at the active sites has proven to be harmless. He thinks the Army Corps dredging plan is safe.

"You can be pretty confident we are healthy skeptics," Bohlen said.


Frank Bohlen, a ...

www.stamfordadvocate.com [cached]

Frank Bohlen, a UConn professor of marine services who has studied dredging for decades, said the open water disposal at the active sites has proven to be harmless. He thinks the Army Corps dredging plan is safe.

"You can be pretty confident we are healthy skeptics," Bohlen said.


Notable Sailors « Lee Chesneau's Marine Weather

www.ChesneauMarineWeather.com [cached]

Frank Bohlen

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Frank Bohlen is a Professor Emeritus of Oceanography in the Department of Marine Sciences at the University of Connecticut. For the past forty years he has been studying ocean and nearshore currents and transport using a variety of field and laboratory techniques. He is currently part of the team maintaining the Long Island Sound observatory. In addition to his scientific work he is an experienced ocean sailor and navigator and has participated in 16 Newport-Bermuda Races. In 1986 he received the Mixter Trophy as navigator of the winning yacht in the Newport Bermuda Race (Puritan - IMS). He will be sailing this year. Check out his Gulf Stream work and for this years Marion to Bermuda race. Dr Bohlen can be reached at walter.bohlen@uconn.edu.

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