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NOMADS
shells
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midwater
shallows

Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute, Hamilton, Bermuda
7,000 square feet of galleries describe the central role Bermuda has played in oceanographic research, as well as its importance as a shipwreck site. Visitors follow a path from the ocean's surface to the bottom of the Bermuda seamount, up through the deep, midwater, and shallows. Scott Guerin was the project designer, Jane Dodds the lead exhibit developer and writer. We worked directly with scientists and experts including Clyde Roper, Gregory Stone, Noel Hume, and Teddy Tucker.


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