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Robot vs. Seapen!

On a recent dive at Anton Dohrn Seamount, our ROV (remotely operated vehicle) met its match! One large remotely operated vehicle, versus a tiny little deep-sea sea pen! 209 more words

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Studying the Antarctic Seafloor - My first trip to the South

by Maddie Brasier

I am half way through my PhD at the University of Liverpool and the Natural History Museum, London. I have been investigating the genetic diversity, biogeography and trophic traits of deep-sea Antarctic polychaete worms. 879 more words

Marine Biology


Alex and Ani’s new Deep Sea collection has received a warm welcome this week at fabulous; the vibrant, marine-inspired line heralds the beginning of summer and has reminded us all that it’s nearly time for beach holidays and seaside sojourns.  260 more words

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Anton Dohrn Seamount – One of the UK’s tallest mountains!

At over 1500 m tall, Anton Dohrn Seamount is one of the UK’s highest mountains (taller than Ben Nevis, Snowdon and Scafell Pike!), yet its summit lies 600 m below sea level in the North East Atlantic! 498 more words

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WARNING: Deep-sea science rarely goes to plan!

This cruise has begun with a leisurely start, a four day transit to our study area means that we have time to:

Set the equipment up, run through safety and sampling protocols, 690 more words

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