Moving further forward on the vessel thought to be <em>Ohio</em>, the ROV pilots followed the mast’s forward stays down to the bow of the wooden bulk carrier. Ambient light was sufficient at this depth to silhouette features against light in the water column.

Moving further forward on the vessel thought to be Ohio, the ROV pilots followed the mast’s forward stays down to the bow of the wooden bulk carrier. Ambient light was sufficient at this depth to silhouette features against light in the water column. Image courtesy of Northwestern Michigan College/Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary. Download larger image (jpg, 168 KB)

 

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