From August - October 2014, Okeanos Explorer collected high-resolution multibeam sonar data covering 36,200 square kilometers of seafloor and conducted 16 highly successful remotely operated vehicle dives.
The Okeanos Explorer's 2014 field season has come to an end, but we are already planning for 2015...check out where we'll be heading next.
Check out some of the amazing images from our recent Okeanos Explorer expedition to explore Atlantic canyons and seamounts.
On-ship geologist Susan Schnur recounts her top five geology moments of the expedition.
In addition to the multibeam mapping system on NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer, there are a number of other mapping/geophysical instruments that are used to map geology below the seafloor surface and to image the water column.
Okeanos Explorer Video Playlist
Live Video From Multiple Ships
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