August 22, 2014

Video: NOAA

Noaa

Okeanos Explorer 2014 (live video)

| 4/14/2014

Live from the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico:
Okeanos Exploration Mission

NOAA's ship, Okeanos Explorer, carrying scientists and the ROV Deep Discoverer (D2), has arrived at site “Northwest Gulf Mid-Depth." The ROV will explore cold seeps, deep coral communities, undersea canyons, shipwrecks, and perhaps even mud volcanos and brine pools. Click above to watch the adventure unfold with real-time video footage from deep-water areas in important, yet largely unknown, U.S. waters.

» More about NOAA's exploration of the Gulf and the Okeanos Explorer mission can be found here.

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