“There is absolutely nothing to restrict the geographical ranges of animals in the deep sea. Dr. Wallich, the pioneer of deep-sea research, eighteen years ago…View More Biogeography of the Deep Sea
[mappress] We dove Wednesday on North Cleft (45.030268, -130.182166), a massive ravine over 100 meters deep and a few hundred meters wide formed by the…View More NE Pacific Expedition Day 8 & 9
Just a reminder that Chris Mah (from Echinoblog) and I will participating in Leg 5 of the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute’s expedition to the…View More Pacific Northwest Expedition
A recent oceanographic survey on the NOAA ship Okeanos Explorer led by James V. Gardner, a marine geologist at the University of New Hampshire, discovered…View More The Creation of a New Deep-Sea Feature
Tommorrow, National Geographic Channel is premiering a really cool special highlighting the various features on world’s seafloor called Drain the Ocean. I had the good…View More National Geographic is Draining Your Oshunz!!
Myself and Chris Mah (from Echinoblog) will particpating in Leg 5 of the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute’s expedition ot the northern Pacific. Leg 5…View More 2009 Pacific Northwest Expedition
One of my favorite remarks from the reviews of Deep Sea News over the years was “… gotta love them niche blogs”. I don’t see…View More Who are you calling a niche blog?
Way before even your great-great-grandpappy was born and Ohio was ocean instead of cornfields, it was the “Age of the Fishes”. During this Devonian (400-360…View More Easy Big Fella
When put in water, volcanoes may increase in size From National Geographic: The science team, led by Bill Chadwick of Oregon State University, reports the…View More Amazing Growing Deep-Sea Volcano
…takes more than a Red Bull. You got to have the right metabolic pathways. NSF highlights the work of Samantha Joye of the University of…View More Thriving In Extreme Conditions