Science in real time – pictures of seismic and heat flow from the deck.

 

11 June:

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Jay and Andrew guiding in the seismic line with a spectacular backdrop.

 

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Jay and Drew with the line.

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Removing one of the birds.

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The air guns being brought up on deck.

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Co-chief Anne hosing down the seismic line.

12 June:

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Current conditions – on our way out to recover the heat flow probe.

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Rachel in her element.

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Drew and Lee in less than ideal conditions, recovering the probe.

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Lee and Drew, fishing for the probe.

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Recovering the probe takes up to six people and has a lot of moving parts – literally and figuratively.

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Safe on the deck.

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Very unstable weather, as shown by the clouds.

 

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One thought on “Science in real time – pictures of seismic and heat flow from the deck.

  1. Fantastic! But you can’t really be working…looks to beautiful and like you’re having too much fun 😊 Safe travels back to terra firma!

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