Photo & Video Log
This page contains photos and videos taken during Exploring the Submerged New World, a mission that took place from August 8 to 18, 2011. Click on any image to view a larger version and for additional information. If a movie camera icon is present, a video can be viewed by clicking on the image. Multiple video formats are available on the linked pages. If a Podcast icon is present, a video or audio file is available for download or you can subscribe to the RSS Podcast Feed.
If a slideshow icon is present, a visual log of exploration images can be viewed. You can scroll through them one by one, or select the play button for an automatic slideshow.
(HR) = "High Resolution" images available.Video & Slideshows
Teacher at Sea
During the Late Pleistocene, Florida's shoreline extended much farther offshore than the present coast does.
A teacher at Sea Palm Beach Palm Beach Maritime Academy Teacher, Steven Allen is shown here slogging in the Everglades. (HR)
Teacher at Sea
Students from the Palm Beach Maritime Academy draw awareness to shark finning at the Lake Worth Street Painting Festival. (HR)
C. Andrew Hemmings and Nicolas Alvarado dig a hole through old coral covering the Suwannee River. (HR)
Join scientists as they study the biology, geology, and oceanography of a series of canyons off the middle Atlantic coast of the U.S.
In 2009, archaeologists on the Submerged New World team located exposed bedrock chert. (HR)
A modern map of Florida shows the approximate location of the Last Glacial Maximum coastline. The general project area is indicated. (HR)