Today, Scott Olson published an editorial at TCPalm, a local news site for Palm Beach area on some very deep misgivings that all of us…View More The Ship, The Sub, The Shuttle – We Should Blame Ourselves
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!!
The plight of the RV Seward-Johnson and Sea-Link submersibles made the front page at the Palm Beach Post yesterday. The article features interviews with Harbor…View More Sea-Link Petition is Front Page News
The petition to save the Johnson Sea Link submersibles has reached nearly 1700 signatures to date, and the commotion seems to be working. Florida State…View More S.O.S – Save Our Subs website goes live
We’re collecting stories from researchers who worked with the Johnson Sea-link submersibles to help raise awareness about their plight, and to illustrate their unique utility…View More Reflections on the Johnson Sea-link: Dr. Kellogg
I’m so excited that in such a short amount of time the Save Our Subs & Ships effort have already reached their goal and are…View More 1000 Signatures for Save Our Subs!
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from Eclectic Echoes… The JSLs are unique vehicles for deep sea exploration with their distinctive full transparent acrylic sphere for the pilot and scientist. The…View More More On the JSL
My first submersible dive happened off Rum Cay in the Bahamas in the JSL. Despite my large size, I do not remember feeling cramped inside…View More JSL and Giant Isopods
A shining legacy of deep sea research is under threat in the state of Florida. Citing economic problems and the high cost of maintaining equipment…View More The USA Needs the JSL