JR224: Chemosynthetic life in the Antarctic


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11 January 2009: enjoying the sunshine in Punta Arenas
12 January 2009: Penguins, Rheas and Dolphins in southern Chile
15 January 2009: Falling foul of fishing
17 January 2009: Checking the propellors!
18 January 2009: Crossing the Polar Front
19 January 2009: The team gets ready to sniff at vents and seeps
20 January 2009: Seamounts, SHRIMP and albatrosses!
21 January 2009: Icebergs!
22 January 2009: The excitement starts!
23-24 January 2009: Hove to - storm in the Southern Ocean!
26-27 January 2009: The search for vents continues
28-29 January 2009: End of survey in the first study area
30-31 January 2009: Start survey on the South section of the East Scotia Ridge
2 February 2009: Video update from the ship!
3-4 February 2009: Continuing the survey of E9 amongst icebergs and penguins!
5 February 2009: Exploring seamounts south of the Polar Front
8 February 2009: Exploring a crate between Cook and Thule islands
10 February 2009: Incredible life in a crater near Kemp Seamount
12-13 February 2009: South Georgia Island
14-45 February 2009: Box-coring the seafloor, and going home!




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