FLOSEE II (Fall 2011)
Sep 8, 2014Public
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Photo: Dockside ballasting of NURTEC's Kraken2 ROV prior to the FLOSEE II mission
Photo: ROV Control Center (Photo credit: Andy David/NMFS)
Photo: NURTEC's Kraken-2 ROV (Photo credit: Andy David/NMFS)
Photo: Brittle stars attached to a deep-sea coral (Photo credit: CIOERT Research Team)
Photo: Rough Shark (Photo Credit: CIOERT Research Team)
Photo: Blueline Tilefish (Photo credit: CIOERT Research Team)
Photo: Salmon stylaster coral (Photo credit: CIOERT Research Team)
Photo: NURTEC's Kraken-2 ROV collecting coral specimen (Photo credit: CIOERT Research Team)
Photo: Snowy grouper gather near a large black coral (Photo credit: CIOERT Research Team)
Photo: Deep sea red crab (Photo credit: CIOERT Research Team)
Photo: Torpedo Ray (Photo credit: CIOERT Research Team)
Photo: Outcrop serves as habitat for flytrap anemones, hydroids, crinoids, sponges, and a roughy (Photo credit: CIOERT Research Team)
Photo: Small, spotted catshark (Photo credit: CIOERT Research Team)
Photo: Goosefish (Photo credit: CIOERT Research Team)
Photo: Conger eel in a Lophelia reef (Photo credit: CIOERT Research Team)
Photo: NURTEC's Kraken2 ROV is a science class vehicle, equipped with a number of lights, cameras, sensors, and sampling gear (Photo credit: A. David/NOAA NMFS)
Photo: A rugged blackened limestone outcrop with sponges, octocorals, several orange crinoids (Comatonia cristata), and the chyrostylid squat lobster Eumunida picta. (Photo Credit: CIOERT, taken from UCONN's K2)