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AT15-14 Visualization:GoogleEarth
Google Earth files with geolocated frame-grabbed images from near-bottom video cameras from the East Pacific Rise at 9N acquired during the Atlantis expedition AT15-14 (2006)
This data set was acquired with a Video Camera on the HOV Alvin during Atlantis expedition AT15-14 conducted in 2006 (Chief Scientist: Dr. James Ledwell). These data files are of Google Earth (KML/KMZ) format include photos and vehicle navigation information. Data were acquired as part of the project(s): Larval Dispersal Along the Deep East Pacific Rise (LADDER-2), Collaborative Research: Oceanographic and Topographic Influences on Dispersal of Hydrothermal Vent Species, Development and colonization processes in Alvinella pompejana, Hydrothermal Vent Meiobenthos, Potential of hydrothermal plumes as a source of dissolved iron (Fe) to the deep ocean and a sink of dissolved organic carbon (DOC), Chemical Characterizations of Vent Habitats, Development, Growth and Cell Kinetic Studies in Riftia Pachyptila, and Preliminary Deployment of Magnetic Collectors for Examination of Vent Particle Dispersal, and funding was provided by NSF grant(s): OCE04-24953.
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Alvin (HOV)

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