Today we went for the deepest and steepest.
03 May 2013
We are still doing some deep trawls, which take up a lot of time, but it is fascinating to see different animals. And speaking of which...
Two of our researchers are pioneering new techniques for measuring changes in climate on small, and revealing scales.
30 Apr 2013
We are now exploring the deeper parts of the Burdwood Bank.
29 Apr 2013
Today marks the middle of our cruise; it’s an important milestone to be celebrated!
Introducing special guest blogger, James Tickner.
Indeed the wind died down enough for another trawl this morning, but it did not contain the organisms we’d hoped for.
We finally reached our Scotia Ridge site today. But our hopes of launching a camera to directly survey the bottom were dashed.
23 Apr 2013
Today we transit to our next site, away from Shag Rocks and towards a tiny part of the Scotia Ridge that rises steeply from deep water.
This morning we were ready to go trawling at Shag Rocks.
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