Port Call and Leg 3 Begins

July 15, 2018

The arrival of the R/V Revelle at the NOAA dock in Newport shortly after noon, local time, on July 11th, signaled the beginning of the intricate dance of offloading equipment recovered during Leg 2 and loading new equipment and supplies for the
A Very Successful First Two Legs of VISIONS18

July 13, 2018

The VISIONS experience changes people’s lives! It doesn’t only affect the students’ educational future, it affects their personal lives as well.
With Gratitude

July 08, 2018

Tonight it is with reluctance that we leave Axial Seamount where we have been working 24/7 for the past several days. We are so very lucky to be able to do this work, funded by the National Science Foundation.
Diving in Extreme Environments

July 06, 2018

The past two days again have been very busy as we check off our long list of tasks to complete for this Leg of the NSF-OOI Cabled Array cruise. The UW team has been working very long hours to get the job done as diving in the hydrothermal fields
Crazy Busy and Alighting the Deep

July 04, 2018

How can it already be 3 days since we left Newport – we are in a time warp where the nights/days fly buy. On the way out of Newport, we had hoped to install the Benthic Experiment Platform at the Oregon Shelf Site at 80 m water depth. Howe
Leg 1 Down Onward We Go

July 02, 2018

The transition between Leg 1 and Leg 2 flew by in Newport. The R/V Revelle arrived in Newport at ~3 pm under blue, sunny skies. Folks used the evening to walk around town and stretch their legs. At 0800 Saturday morning, Larry Nielson, the lead
Learning Patience At Sea

June 27, 2018

During the past 48 hrs we have been keeping our eyes and thoughts on the weather, and for some, relearning patience at sea as the weather gods/goddeses test us with only three days left to get all our work done on this first Leg.
Very Busy Days and Nights

June 25, 2018

Since we left port on June 23, the days have flown by. We have been incredibly busy completing Jason Dives 1043-1049. Many of the Cabled Array team has been work
Its Wonderful to Be at Sea Again

June 23, 2018

Today the R/V Revelle left Newport at 1000 to begin the National Science Foundations’
Off to Sea We Go

June 04, 2018

The Ocean Observatories Cabled Array team from the UW School of Oceanography is about to set off on another 47-day exciting expedition
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