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The ROV is brought back on board after a dive deep into the Canada Basin.
Sue Moore uses a hydrophone to listen for whales and other marine mammals.
Rolf Gradinger works on an ice core while Mette Nielson takes measurementson a core already brought to the surface.
In order to maximize the amount of information collected during the research cruise, scientists participating in the Life on the Edge 2004 mission useda variety of nets and traps in addition to the JSL submersible.
The 4-person Johnson Sea-Link (JSL) submersible is equipped with a variety oftools that scientists use to collect samples from the ocean depths.
The Johnson Sea-Link (JSL) submersible is typically launched two times perday from the Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution's R/V Seward Johnson.
Mikhail Matz and Jon Cohen release the collection bottle from the baseof the plankton net after the tow.
Jon Cohen sets up his plankton net for a 15-minute tow alongside theR/V Seward Johnson.
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