D341: Porcupine Abyssal Plain cruise 2009


 D341



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10 July 2009: We're off!
15 July 2009: Sampling starts
16 July 2009: The world of zooplankton
17 July 2009: We spotted whales!
19 July 2009: Measuring Bioluminescence at the PAP site
20 July 2009: Abyssal mud wars
23 July 2009: Snow in the sea
24 July 2009: Catching snow in the sea
27 July 2009: A salty tale...
28 July 2009: A day in the life of a scientist
29 July 2009: A day in the life of an engineer
31 July 2009: Pelagra - how it works
1 August 2009: Graduation!
2 August 2009: At sea ith the crazy Oceanographers
3 August 2009: Mastering the oxygen dynamics in the open ocean
4 August 2009: Many things lurk beneath
6 August 2009: Organic matter in the Twilight Zone
7 August 2009: Wildlife at the Porcupine Abyssal Plain
8 August 2009: Under pressure...
9 August 2009: How big is a plankton's appetite?
10 August 2009: Shooting plankton with lasers
11 August 2009: Using radioactive tracers to estimate carbon fluxes
12 August 2009: Signing off!



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