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Bringing the Bubbles Home

As our cruise ends, lead scientist Amanda Demopoulos brings it all together and charts the path forward

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Voyage of Luck

I cannot believe how lucky we’ve been.

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Maui-area coral reefs described in detail, including threats

A new USGS Open-File Report describes the coral reefs of Maui, Moloka‘i, Lānaʻi, and Kahoʻolawe in detail, including location, extent, coral cover...

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Bringing the Lab to the Field

Usually when scientists do research, they go into the field, take samples, then bring them back to the lab. University of North Carolina at Chapel...

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Mapping by Moonlight

Every successful expedition has a skilled pathfinder who points the way. Meet ours.

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WaterWords–Infauna

Keep up to speed with our Falkor research cruise with this latest seafloor syntax!

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WaterWords–Foraminifera

Keep up to speed with our Falkor research cruise with this latest seafloor syntax!

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WaterWords–Authigenic

Keep up to speed with Falkor research cruise with our latest seafloor syntax!

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WaterWords–Benthic Zone

Keep up to speed with our Falkor research cruise with this latest seafloor syntax!

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Celebrate Oceans Month – USGS Science on the Seas

Our Earth is indeed a watery planet – nearly two-thirds of its surface is covered by water. And all but 3% of that water covers land submerged under...

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Unexpected Pathways

We've learned about the creatures, the bubbles, and the rocks of the seeps. Now, let's take a look at the gas itself, and a few unexpected surprises...

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WaterWords–Bathymetry

Keep up to speed with our Falkor research cruise with this latest seafloor syntax!

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