Sasquatch, and Homer Simpson:
The Curious Names of Deep-sea Features
at Hydrothermal Vents
of Hydrothermal Vents
Does a Young Submarine Lava Flow Look Like?
& Cool Volcanoes: The New England Seamounts
Animal and Marine Life
Observations in the Western Galápagos Islands
The Watery World of Salps
Keeping the Big O Out of Alvin
Autonomous Hydrophone Array (AHA)
The Hydrothermal Vent Prospecting Team
Measuring Temperature At Hydrothermal Vents—Al Bradleys Ingenuity
Finding Telltale Hydrothermal Plumes With MAPRs
The Hawaii MR1 Side-Scan Sonar Mapping System
ABE: the Autonomous Benthic Explorer
Antarctic Water Wear: Cold-Water Diving and Drysuits
History of the Earth
How Old is That Volcano?
The Galápagos Islands
Dating corals, knowing the ocean
Going vertical: Gauging ocean overturn rates
What's it like to go on a cruise?
Life at Palmer Station
Deception Island: Fire and Ice, History and Humans
To: The Paul Revere Science Club
What Is It Like To Go Down In Alvin?
We are not sure what species this fish is. Back in the lab the photograph will be carefully studied so as to identify it. You can even see the scales on this fish, which will be a big help in identifying it.
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