Our shiny newly built whale bone and wood lander. 1 of 6 deployed off of WA and OR.
An ophiuroid recovered from an Otter trawl aboard the R/V Oceanus off the coast of WA/OR.
Colleagues from Singapore and graduate student Amanda Ziegler collect polymetallic nodules from the box core. Photo credit: Cassie Turner
The first glimpses of the box core sample! Photo credit: Cassie Turner
Deploying the box core in the Equatorial Pacific aboard the R/V Thomas G. Thompson. Photo credit: Cassie Turner
Graduate students Emily Young and Amanda Ziegler process box core samples on board the Laurence M. Gould. Photo credit: Andrew Zoechbauer
A great day to be out in the zodiac. Photo credit: Craig Smith
The beautiful view from the bridge of the Laurence M. Gould.
A visit to Vernadsky (Faraday) Station. Photo credit: Craig Smith
The blake trawl delivers! Photo credit: Oyvind Lundesgaard
A very muddy blake trawl recovered in Andvord Bay.
A sediment trap recovered after 9 months on the seafloor.
ARSV Laurence M. Gould in port in Punta Arenas, Chile. Photo credit: McKenna Lewis
Gentoo penguins at Neko Harbor, Andvord Bay. Photo Credit: Craig Smith
Our time-lapse camera system recovered after 9 months on the seafloor.
The sediment trap rising from the depths in Andvord Bay.
Here are just a few highlights from various research cruises I have participated in. Be sure to check the captions for a bit more information!