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Team benthos at Rothera. Dr. Craig Smith (left) and Dr. Laura Grange (center-right) will document how Larsen B seafloor invertebrate communities have changed following ice-shelf collapse. Dr. Mike McCormick (right) will describe bacteria and archaea living in cold-seep sediments. David Honig (center-left) will describe seep-associated invertebrate communities.  The R/V Nathaniel B. Palmer (far right) will demolish fast ice in the name of science.

Team benthos at Rothera. Dr. Craig Smith (left) and Dr. Laura Grange (center-right) will document how Larsen B seafloor invertebrate communities have changed following ice-shelf collapse. Dr. Mike McCormick (right) will describe bacteria and archaea living in cold-seep sediments. David Honig (center-left) will describe seep-associated invertebrate communities. The R/V Nathaniel B. Palmer (far right) will demolish fast ice in the name of science.

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