Two crew members from R/V Atlantic Explorer bring aboard a Princeton ocean-bottom geodetic sensor after a successful trial deployment at 5200 m on the ocean bottom near Bermuda. Project led by Frederik Simons.
Colin Vincent, Bud Vincent, and Hayden Radke inspect the Princeton ocean-bottom geodetic sensor developed by their firm, DBV Technology, aboard R/V Atlantic Explorer. Project led by Frederik Simons.
Members of the night shift eagerly await sunrise around 11am local time. At 50°S during the summer solstice, there were only a few hours of daylight each day. Photo: Jesse Farmer
The 62 meter tall derrick of the JODIES Resolution controls coring equipment that can reach depths of over 8000 meters. Photo: Jesse Farmer
Members of Expedition 383 discuss sediment cores from the Southern Ocean. L to R: Sedimentologists Sui Wan (CAS South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences), Jesse Farmer (Princeton University), Inah Seo (KIOST, South Korea), micropaleontologist Anieke Brombacher (NOC Southampton, UK), Chief Scientist Gisela Winckler (Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, USA), Stratigraphic Correlator Jennifer Middleton (Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, USA), and Sedimentologist Helge Arz (Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde, Germany). Photo by Julia Gottschalk
The drill floor of the JOIDES Resolution, a 24/7 operation. Photo: Jesse Farmer
Members of Expedition 383 transiting through the Strait of Magellan en route to their first coring location in the Southern Ocean. Photo: Jesse Farmer
The Sedimentology, Geochemistry, and Physical Properties Teams discuss recent drilling results at midnight crossover between day and night shifts. Photo: Jesse Farmer
(L to R) Sedimentologists Jesse Farmer (Princeton University, USA), Helge Arz (Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde, Germany), and Sui Wan (CAS South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences) scrape a new core for description. Photo by Inah Seo
Students in FRS161 turning their back to Vesuvius' crater, Ercolano, Naples, Italy, 2019. Photo: Adam Maloof
GEO 506 field trip for first year graduate students at the Catskills with Prof. Adam Maloof. Photo: Adam Maloof
Melinda Rucks answers questions on minerals at the American Chemical Society’s “Marvelous Metals” Activities Night on Friday, October 25, 2019 at Princeton University’s Frick Chemistry Laboratory.