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Dale Andersen

  • Cold Warriors: Diving for Science in Antarctica

    • 9 months ago
    • 1,013 views
    Its a place few people have seen or even imagined, and distant from familiar, everyday surroundings. The weather can be as harsh as the terrain at times with winds and blinding snow reaching 110 mp...
  • Life on Ice, Antarctica and Mars

    • 1 year ago
    • 2,570 views
    "Within our solar system there are two worlds where rock and ice and chilling winds rule bleak landscapes. Once both were warmer, and rivers wandered through valleys where today the highest temper...
  • A Night Dive in Pavilion Lake, British Columbia

    • 3 years ago
    • 1,115 views
    During the PLRP field season of 2009, Dr. Ian Hawes and I made several night dives. Here you can see Ian exploring the microbiaites, searching for grazers such as amphipods and snails that might h...
  • Antarctic Ctenophore

    • 3 years ago
    • 298 views
    Ctenophores, or comb row jellies, are among the most beautiful creatures in the ocean, with the rows of luminescent cilia. Beroe cucumis may reach lengths up to 15 cm. Filmed in McMurdo Sound near ...
  • Jellies, Anchor ice and Diatoms

    • 3 years ago
    • 756 views
    I shot this short video just off of Arrival Heights near McMurdo Station in Antarctica in the early 1990's. This particular dive was made early in the season when the water was still very cold, cl...
  • Exploring Pavilion Lake

    • 3 years ago
    • 5,765 views
    Underwater video taken with my Sony PMW-EX1 in a Gates Housing of ongoing research in Pavilion Lake. Dr. Ian Hawes is seen measuring photosynthetic competency within the microbialite structures. T...
  • Getting Out of the Water

    • 3 years ago
    • 1,489 views
    Our research in the perennially ice-covered lakes of Antarctica involves long, hard days, but they are always fun and exciting. Here, Dale Andersen, having completed a dive next to the Canada Glac...
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