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  • Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences
  • Industry: Education/Training
  • City: West Boothbay Harbor, ME
  • While at Harvard, Bigelow made a most important alliance with Professor Alexander Agassiz who was known for his explorations in the Pacific Ocean. Although they did not know each other well, Bigelow asked Agassiz to take him on his next cruise. To his delight, Agassiz agreed, and in the winter of 1901, Bigelow served as assistant on an expedition to the Maldive Islands in the Indian Ocean. Bigelow traveled by land and sea to many exotic places in the course of the trip: to Naples, Ceylon, Algiers, Batavia, Singapore, Hong Kong and Tokyo, returning to the States through San Francisco....