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Marina Cucuzza

Marina Cucuzza, a marine researcher from Boston, MA, is currently working on her thesis which assesses the capacity for sustainability in coastal communities. She discusses buzz words such as resilience and sustainability which she finds important to define and what she has come across in her projects so far. She talks about her experiences working on a whale watch, living in Canada, and working intensely with people as well as how her experiences have driven her interest in science and given her an understanding of how multifaceted situations can be.




Ela Keegan

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Natalie Springuel

Suggested citation: Cucuzza, Marina Oral History Interview, March 3, 2018, by Matt Frassica and Corina Gribble, Page #, Maine Sound & Story. Online: Insert URL (Last Accessed: Insert Date).


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