While fish in shallow water are often brightly colored with vivid patterns, the fishes seen more than a mile deep are almost uniformly brown, gray, or a ghostly white. Why do we see this change in color with depth?
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Same Ship, Different Job: Learn what it’s like to be in charge of ROV dives onboard the Okeanos Explorer for the very first time.
Learn more about three calderas in the small, enigmatic Fina Nagu volcanic complex in the southern Mariana Trough that were explored during the expedition.
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