Seafloor to Seabirds in the Coral Sea

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Bianca Keys

Do Birds of a Feather Sink or Swim?

As I stare out at the expanse of the blue ocean, not having seen land in over three weeks, I contemplate all that I have...

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Bianca Keys

Charting Earth’s Submerged Microcontinents

My name is Luca Magri. I am from Italy and currently a PhD student studying geophysics at the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies at...

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Change One Person’s Mind – Video Update

#ArtistAtSea Lea Kannar-Lichtenberger speaks to her methods, motivations, and how working on Research Vessel Falkor has inspired her craft in this #CoralSeafloor expedition video update....

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Seamount Secrets in the Seafloor

My name is Alysha Johnson, and I am a PhD student at the University of Wollongong at sea on the R/V Falkor. Not only did...

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Volcanologist-at-Sea: Crystals to Seamounts

I am Joseph Knafelc, a geologist from Green Bay, Wisconsin (US) in the final year of my PhD at the Queensland University of Technology, Australia....

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Beneath The Waves – Video Update

By mapping the ocean floor and interpreting the geologic information of past processes, we can start to understand how the future of the planet may...

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An Epic Journey to Inspiration

My name is Lea Kannar-Lichtenberger. I use my art to explore the role of contemporary consumerism through its physical manifestation on islands and in isolated...

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Uncovering the Unseen

Submerged microcontinents, magnetic wiggles, hidden currents, microplastics, and seabirds- There is much to learn out here at sea. The depths of the ocean – from...

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