Photo & Video Log
This page contains photos and videos taken during the Olympic Coast 2006: Exploration for Deep-Sea Coral Communities in Washington that took place May 22 - June 4, 2006. Click on any image to view a larger version and for additional information.
(HR) = "High Resolution" images available.
Looking down on the Primnoa colony you can see redbanded and darkblotched rockfish nestled in the branches.
A stylized map of the ‘Big Eddy’, the seasonal eddy formation occurring within the boundary waters of the U.S. and Canada.
Monitor screen showing a red target area, indicating a large hard object that was a monolithic boulder.
The Olympic Coast 2006 science team celebrate the first cruise sighting of the hard coral Lophelia pertusa.
Curt adjusts the ROV's lasers that aid us in determining our field of view and the size of objects on the video screen.
The basket star Gorgonocephalus sp. atop a boulder surrounded by a pink Stylaster sp. hydrocoral.
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