Northern Depths of the Great Barrier Reef

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Creature Report: Siphonophores

During the first dive of the voyage, the Falkor Crew happened upon a bright, orange-red jelly seemingly feeding in a vast cloud of mucus. The...

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The Process of Discovery – Video Update

To unravel numerous oceanographic and geological mysteries around the Great Barrier Reef, we will be diving in areas that have never been surveyed by Remotely...

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The Jellyman Can

My name is Dhugal Lindsay and I am an Australian scientist from Queensland living and working in Japan. I work for the Japan Agency for...

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Underwater Landslides: The Swain Slide

Underwater landslides are common features on steep continental margins. Sediment and rock move down a slope dramatically under gravity, just like similar mass wasting events...

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A Bite-Sized History of the Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef (GBR) is aptly named. Off the coast of Queensland, Australia, it spans over 135,000 square miles of ocean and spreads across...

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The Northern Depths of the Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef is perhaps the world’s most iconic and well-studied coral reef system. Yet, there is still so much we do not know...

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