Category: Daily Blog 2017

Southern Hydrate Ridge and Weather

The weather gods have been playing with us this past few days. Winds were above 20-25 knots with angry seas, which prevented us from diving after the dive in the International District Hydrothermal Field at the summit of Axial Seamount. Once the

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Onward to Axial Seamount

On the 28th, we continued work on the Shallow Profiler Mooring at the Oregon Offshore Site. It went very well and by 2200 work at that site was completed for the Leg.

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Off We Go Again

The R/V Revelle departed Newport, Oregon at 1028 for the Oregon Offshore Site to turn instrument packages on the Shallow Profiler Mooring. This is the first year the UW-NSF Ocean Observatories Initiative Regional Cabled Array cruises ha

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