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
This post is co-authored by Al Dove and Craig McClain In the 1989 James Cameron sci-fi movie The Abyss, there’s a scene when Ed Harris’…View More James Cameron’s Deep Sea Challenge: a scientific milestone or rich guy’s junket?
Folks, it’s on! Some of you may know of the “race to the bottom”, a confluence of several missions aimed at returning humans to the…View More The biggest deep sea exploration news in 50 years?
Registration for the 12th Deep-Sea Biology Conference in Reykjavic, Iceland doesn’t start until January 2010, but the bags are already packed. The 12th Deep-sea Biology…View More Travel picks for 12th Deep-Sea Biology Conference
People seem fascinated by the prospect of purchasing virtual real estate at Second Life, but if you ask me, Google Earth is a better place to stake your claim. For instance, I study deep sea-fans, or gorgonians. Many of these have their first description in the reports of the HMS Challenger expedition 1873-1876. The maps are now online at Google Earth.View More Challenger Expedition on Google Earth