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William E. Heronemus, Professor of Civil Engineering at UMass Amherst, where he developed a research program in Ocean Engineering, and focused his work on alternative energy to sources that could make use of oceanic power. He is seen here working with a map and compass inside a classroom.
(University Photograph Collection)

1973
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Professor of civil engineering in front of an ocean current model in a classroom with a large topographical map in the background. It says "National Science Foundation RANN" on the side.
(University Photograph Collection)

1973
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William E. Heronemus, Professor of Civil Engineering at UMass Amherst, where he developed a research program in Ocean Engineering, and focused his work on alternative energy to sources that could make use of oceanic power. He is seen here in a classroom, standing in front of a topographical map, interacting with several students.
(University Photograph Collection)

1973
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Portrait of William E. Heronemus, Professor of Civil Engineering at UMass Amherst, where he developed a research program in Ocean Engineering, and focused his work on alternative energy to sources that could make use of oceanic power.
(University Photograph Collection)

1973
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William E. Heronemus, Professor of Civil Engineering at UMass Amherst, where he developed a research program in Ocean Engineering, and focused his work on alternative energy to sources that could make use of oceanic power. He is seen here showing his ocean current model, which is a high energy density storage system for deep ocean applications to another man. They are i... more
(University Photograph Collection)

1973
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William E. Heronemus, Professor of Civil Engineering at UMass Amherst, where he developed a research program in Ocean Engineering, and focused his work on alternative energy to sources that could make use of oceanic power. He is seen here showing his ocean current model, which is a high energy density storage system for deep ocean applications.
(University Photograph Collection)

1973