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From Grays Harbor College to VISIONS16

I have had the good fortune to participate on the OOI VISIONS expeditions since 2013. VISIONS13 was the eye-opener.  I had never been “out to sea” so to speak, except for single day sports fishing for salmon and or bottom fish i

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Leg 2 of VISIONS16 Comes to an End

During the 20 hour transit from Slope Base, those who could used the time to catch up on some much needed sleep and to conduct final preparations for what will be an intense few days with seven Jason dives planned.

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VISIONS 16

Following nine months of highly successful Cabled Array operations, the University of Washington Cabled Array team wil soon sail on the second Operations and Maintenance cruise VISIONS’16.

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VISIONS16 Instruments

During the VISIONS’16 expedition it is anticpated that previously deployed instruments will be recovered and replaced as part of annual maintaince on the OOI Cable Array. The instruments include those that measure physical, biological, chemi

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Preparing For the VISIONS16 Expedition

Following nine months of highly successful Cabled Array operations, the University of Washington Cabled Array team is once gearing up for their second Operations and Maintenance cruise VISIONS’16. The 38-day expedition will be aboard the

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