As the ROV touched bottom for the first time, large clay formations were observed. This is the material that covers the bow section of Choctaw which is buried and not visible. Source: Northwest Michigan College/Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary.

As the ROV touched bottom for the first time, large clay formations were observed. This is the material that covers the bow section of Choctaw which is buried and not visible. Image courtesy of Northwestern Michigan College/Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary. Download larger image (jpg, 227 KB)

 

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