The last dive…
Category: Student Blog 2018
The afternoon was spent transiting back to Slope Base which was going to take 18 hours to do
The dive was mostly complete. 2600 meters of ascent to 100 meters and then a beacon removal from a deep profiler float was done.
will work on editing and organizing videos some more as well as cleaning my room and getting ready to depart. Packing up feels strange. Though I have only been here for 6 weeks, it has felt like much, much longer.
Even though we didn’t get to go to El Guapo, I experienced something EXTREMELY AMAZING! Korey let me maneuver JASON’s starboard manipulator.
The dive involved recovering THSPH and taking some temperatures of vent flows.
During the UW-NSF-OOI VISIONS'18 Cabled Array expedition, 23 undergraduate and graduate students from across the US and globe will participate in at-sea activities. For many, this will be their first time at sea. Below, they share their expe
Today’s deployment was of the EOM cable with its anchor and two cages with plug-ins to connect other equipment to.
The morning started with our arrival in Newport. It was very foggy and gave an eerie feeling as we pulled closer to the jetty, but once we saw land it was beautiful.
The mechanical leg and the platform of the two-legged mooring was successfully installed today. This meant that Jason is allowed to install the two science packages onto the platform.