New Zealand chlorophyll - Ocean Color Web, near real-time data services. January 30, 2009.
Net recovery - UW senior thesis cruise 2009
Map of Rumble II West - from Jennie Mowatt (2009), Investigating the geological evolution of Rumble II West Volcano Using EM300
Bathymetry and TowCam Imagery. Edited using CARIS software and viewed using Fledermaus software.
Waves: Colleen Durkin
R/V Thompson: University of Washington
CTD: Kathy Newell
Student thumbnail animations
Ali - Vulcanolepas osheai, a species of stalked barnacle common on Brothers seamount.
Anna - Phase of the M2 tide, as predicted by the TPX06 global inverse tidal model (see http://www.coas.oregonstate.edu/research/po/research/tide/)
Celia - Active black smoker chimney from Brother northwest caldera wall (New Zealand-American Submarine Ring of Fire 2005 Exploration, NOAA Vents Program)
Erin - Illustration of a ship using multibeam sonar to map the seafloor in a swath below the ship as it drives forward.
Harriet - Schematic of flow near a seamount. Originally from Mullineaux, L.S. and S.W. Mills 1997 “A test of the larval retention hypothesis in seamount-generated flows,” Deep-Sea Research 44: 745-770, a study on currents and larval settlement at Fieberling Guyot, a Pacific seamount.
James - Particle concentration from a tow yo transect at East Diamante volcano in the Mariana Arc from the Submarine Ring of Fire 2003 Exploration (NOAA).
Laura - Thalassiosira diatom (photo Colleen Durkin)
Rachel - Deepsea urchins on the lavas at Rumble V volcano (New Zealand-American Submarine Ring of Fire 2005 Exploration, NOAA Vents Program)
Tom - Black smoker at the Brothers northwest caldera from the New Zealand American Submarine Ring of Fire 2007 Exploration (NOAA Vents Program, the Institute of Geological & Nuclear Sciences and NOAA-OE).
Tricia - watercolor of biolumniscent krill by Uwe Kils