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Deep Sea Diary: Flurry of activity onboard

Monday, June 4th Atlantis has been in a different location each day to study the volcanoes and surrounding areas: The depression of Atalante first, the top of Manon yesterday, and today I had 3 hours in the Jason van to sketch the other worldly scene of Volcano A. The deep seascape was most fascinating today […]
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Deep Sea Diary: In the lab and painting maps

Sunday, June 3rd, after 7:30 breakfast At the general use computer in my lab, I am sitting next to a fellow with dark eyes and long black hair, Jake Bailey, who is a Geobiologist from the University of Minnesota. Jake is 37 years old and at 21 he was reading books on physics and became […]
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