Live video: Deepwater Exploration of the Marianas A deceased primnoid coral is colonized here by crinoids, a large basket star, and an anemone. Before getting underway, outreach activities included ship tours and public talks to get the word out about the expedition. A group of teachers in Guam took part in NOAA Office of Ocean Exploration and Research’s “Why Do We Explore” professional development workshop. Here, the participants are photographed in front of the ship following a tour. Sea star D2 exploring
In September 2009, a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/Fugro multibeam sonar survey of the area around the Farallon Islands documented a probable shipwreck. Credit: NOAA/Fugro

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