Posts Tagged ‘expeditions’

Who goes there?

Niskin bottles

  As the Ocean Twilight Zone expedition on the NOAA Ship Henry B. Bigelow off the US East Coast winds down, the scientists aboard are taking the measure of the immense amount of data that’s so far been collected over the past 13 days. In addition to acoustic data, net samples, and images from Deep-See,…

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Entering the Ocean Twilight Zone with Heidi Sosik

Heidi Sosik and Paul Caiger in a manned submersible.

It is hard to describe what it’s like to physically travel down to the twilight zone. In addition to extraordinary bioluminescence, Heidi Sosik, senior scientist at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and Ocean Twilight Zone (OTZ) project lead, was able to observe beautiful jellies and small fishes like bristlemouths, hatchetfish, and lanternfish, all in their natural…

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EXPORTS 2018 and the Ocean Twilight Zone

From Voice of The Sea TV. EXPORTS is a unique scientific undertaking by NASA and the National Science Foundation to understand and predict the carbon cycle. There is an urgent need to better understand the fate of carbon in the deep ocean in order to predict future climate conditions, and OTZ members are deeply embedded…

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