|Jim Johnson, Senior Field Engineer, provides technical and operational
support to scientific research and development activities, particularly
in mooring work. He assists with oceanographic instrumentation repair and
maintenance, logistics, and deployment and recovery of instruments. He
has participated in many field projects around the world, including tropical,
temperate, and polar oceans. In the Arctic he has worked in the Beaufort,
Bering, Chukchi, and Greenland seas. Mr. Johnson joined the School
of Oceanography, University of
Washington, in 1988. He moved to the Polar
Science Center in 1993.
Arctic trivia question: Can you name the ship reflected in Jim's glasses?