Tim Weghorst, a marine engineering technician at Mote Marine, hooks onto Genie to retrieve her from a 15-day mission in the Gulf of Mexico on June 24. Genie is a glider that collected data to understand how red tide moves and comes about.
Tim Weghorst, a marine engineering technician at Mote Marine, hooks onto Genie to retrieve her from a 15-day mission in the Gulf of Mexico on June 24. Genie is a glider that collected data to understand how red tide moves and comes about. HANNAH MORSE Bradenton Herald
Tim Weghorst, a marine engineering technician at Mote Marine, hooks onto Genie to retrieve her from a 15-day mission in the Gulf of Mexico on June 24. Genie is a glider that collected data to understand how red tide moves and comes about. HANNAH MORSE Bradenton Herald

The name is Genie. Her job is to sniff out red tide. Now she’s back

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