by HouseOfDocumentary 733,389 views
Strange, Wonderous Deep Ocean
by Whitney Lizzie 515 views
Synergy is an experimental program that catalyzes partnerships between artists and research scientists.
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by jpnovak 114,329 views
Strange Creatures from the ocean depths.
by jpnovak 44,770 views
Strange creatures from the ocean depths.
by expeditionlog 4,626 views
Hydrothermal vent 3600 m deep in the Atlantic
by expeditionlog 2,149 views
Footage from the first exploration of the Beebe Vent Field (depth ~5000 metres - the world's deepest known hydrothermal vents) and the Von Damm Vent Field (depth ~2300 metres) in the Cayman Trough of the Caribbean, during RRS James Cook Voyage 44 in March-April 2010.
This compilation was released to the media in January 2012 to coincide with publication of the vent discoveries in the scientific journal Nature Communications (Connelly DP, Copley JT, Murton BJ, Stansfield K, Tyler PA et al. (2012). Hydrothermal vent fields and chemosynthetic biota on the world's deepest seafloor spreading centre. Nature Communications, 3: 620 - http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/ncomms1636 - open access)
by expeditionlog 1,848 views
Footage from the first ROV dives to the Dragon Vent Field, 2800 metres deep in the SW Indian Ocean, explored during RRS James Cook Voyage 67 in November 2011. For more info, please visit www.thesearethevoyages.net
by expeditionlog 2,153 views
Vent shrimp (Rimicaris exoculata) at a hydrothermal vent 3600 m deep in the Atlantic.
by expeditionlog 6,787 views
At ~2400 metres depth, in the Southern Ocean; temperature of the undiluted vent fluid is 383 degrees C.
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Footage from first ROV dives to vent fields at depth ~2400 m on the East Scotia Ridge, near Antarctica, from RRS James Cook Voyage 42 in January-February 2010.
This compilation was released to the media in January 2012, to coincide with publication of the vent discoveries in the open access scientific journal PLoS Biology (Rogers AD, Tyler PA, Connelly DP, Copley JT, James R, et al. (2012) The Discovery of New Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Vent Communities in the Southern Ocean and Implications for Biogeography. PLoS Biol 10(1): e1001234 - http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pbio.1001234 )
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Scientists aboard the Royal Research Ship James Cook have found and filmed the world's deepest 'black smoker' vents, 3.1 miles deep in the Cayman Trough (this compilation produced for broadcast media use in April 2010).