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  • My Trip to the Bottom of the Sea

    My Trip to the Bottom of the Sea

    What’s it like to travel to the bottom of the sea? Lamont graduate student Bridgit Boulahanis describes the bioluminescence and colorful sea life as she explores a seamount by mini submarine in the Pacific Ocean.

  • A Front Row Seat on the Ocean Floor

    A Front Row Seat on the Ocean Floor

    Ocean scientists are, in their hearts, explorers. Our group aboard the R/V Atlantis may be more infected with the exploration bug than most. The first goal of our expedition makes that clear: We aim to map regions of the seafloor never before seen by human eyes.

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  • My Trip to the Bottom of the Sea

    My Trip to the Bottom of the Sea

    What’s it like to travel to the bottom of the sea? Lamont graduate student Bridgit Boulahanis describes the bioluminescence and colorful sea life as she explores a seamount by mini submarine in the Pacific Ocean.

  • A Front Row Seat on the Ocean Floor

    A Front Row Seat on the Ocean Floor

    Ocean scientists are, in their hearts, explorers. Our group aboard the R/V Atlantis may be more infected with the exploration bug than most. The first goal of our expedition makes that clear: We aim to map regions of the seafloor never before seen by human eyes.