Despite a disappointing change of plans that involved emergency dry dock repairs, the team on the Tropical Exploration 2015 expedition made the best use of their time at sea.
Read about how time on NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer will help this future deepwater archaeologist in her career.
While sunsets on NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer may be a highlight of the day, check out this log describing what life is like for an Explorer in Training during the rest of the day.
As the ship transits over the East Pacific Rise, scientists are using multibeam sonar to collect high-resolution mapping data, providing a more-detailed look at the seafloor and revealing previously unknown features, such as this knoll.
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