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Deep Slope 2006: Alvin Submersible "Brine Lake Wave 7644 ft"

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Uploaded on Mar 5, 2007

Listen to scientist Harry Roberts, Mandy Joye, and Gavin Eppard as they witness an underwater wave pass across the surface of a Brine Lake, at the interface between the 'lake' and overlying ocean. The wave is caused by pressure exerted by the ALVIN Submersible as it sits atop the 'lake' at a depth of approximately 2330 meters (7644 feet). Video courtesy of Expedition to the Deep Slope, NOAA-OE.

Please visit source: http://www.oceanexplorer.noaa.gov/exp...

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