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Return from the Cayman Abyss: cruise post-mortem and some thoughts on media coverage

deep sea, Life in the Lab, marine science, Natural Science, ScienceMarch 1, 2013

At 7 AM EST on Monday, February 25, the ROV Isis rose from the depths of the Cayman Abyss, bringing to a close the 82nd cruise of the RRS James Cook. During JC82, we explored two recently discovered hydrothermal vents fields in the Cayman Trough: Von Damm, named for the late marine geochemist Karen Von […]

This Week in the Deep

deep sea, marine science, Natural Science, Science, This Week in the DeepJanuary 26, 2013

New and noteworthy publications in deep-sea science for the week of January 21, 2013. Geobiology: Did life originate from a global chemical reactor? Many decades of experimental and theoretical research on the origin of life have yielded important discoveries regarding the chemical and physical conditions under which organic compounds can be synthesized and polymerized. However, such […]

Updates from the Deep: New and Noteworthy in Hydrothermal Vent Research

Conservation, deep sea, ecology, evolution, marine science, Natural Science, oceanography, ScienceJanuary 10, 2012

From hairy-chested yeti crabs to the deepest known fields, hydrothermal vents have been enjoying a bit of science celebrity in the last few weeks. Beneath the headlines, there has been an eruption of vent-related research published in the scientific literature and some exciting new expeditions just left port. The Discovery of New Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Vent Communities in […]

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