This is a time sensitive post. By the time some find it, there may be nothing showing, but right now at 1155hrs EDSL, there’s a…View More Okeanos Explorer in the Gulf of Mexico
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On May 20th, 2010–one month to the day after the Deepwater Horizon oil rig (under lease by British Petroleum) exploded and caught fire in the…View More James Cameron And The Dawn Of DeepTruth?
James Cameron’s descent to the Challenger Deep – we have adventure, intrigue, and a great story for the media. But we also have an amazing…View More Challenger Deep: What we can learn from a single, half core of mud
This post is co-authored by Craig McClain and Al Dove Among both scientists and non-scientists there is skepticism about James Cameron’s “Deep Sea Challenge” dive…View More 10 Reasons Why We Should Explore The Deep
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In a historic solo dive to the bottom of the world, famed filmmaker and National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence James Cameron reached the “Challenger Deep,” the lowest…View More Cameron Reaches the Challenger Deep