( Log In ) Log In is for TREC Teachers & Researchers only

15 Pages V  1 2 3 > » 
> Ecological change in the Bering Sea

Healy Decks


Uploaded by: Samantha_Dassler_Barlow

On: 1150320861

File Size: 37168

Comments: 0 / Views: 1678

Description: The 02 deck where my stateroom is located is in the bottom row of portholes of the big white box at the bow of the ship (second one from the left). The next deck up and next row of portholes up is called the 03 deck, then the 04 deck where the captain, officers, chief scientist, and wardroom are located, then you can see the rectangular windows all around the bridge. Aloftcon is the black box with a white railing around it above the bridge.

Healy's Fantail


Uploaded by: Samantha_Dassler_Barlow

On: 1150320539

File Size: 53715

Comments: 0 / Views: 1312

Description: This is where much of the science happens – the fantail at the stern of the ship. You can see the yellow port and starboard side cranes on the fantail as well as the yellow A-frame at the very back of the ship.

Filter Feeder


Uploaded by: Patricia_Janes

On: 1149530809

File Size: 47642

Comments: 0 / Views: 1217

Description: Marj fills each 500-milliliter cup with water. Depending on the water sample, it may take anywhere from 3 to 10 liters of water to clog a filter with enough matter for analysis.

Water Carrier


Uploaded by: Patricia_Janes

On: 1149530773

File Size: 34019

Comments: 0 / Views: 1278

Description: Marj fills these jugs with water from the CTD and then hauls them over to her station in the science lab.

Heavy Duty


Uploaded by: Patricia_Janes

On: 1149530741

File Size: 38259

Comments: 0 / Views: 1301

Description: A Coast Guard MST (Marine Science Technician) is in charge of lowering and raising the CTD using a winch and pulley system. When empty, the CTD weighs roughly 1,200 pounds.

Twenty Questions


Uploaded by: Patricia_Janes

On: 1149530708

File Size: 37087

Comments: 0 / Views: 1280

Description: Marj and I sat down in the science lab to chat about her research. I quizzed her endlessly about her work, and she kindly answered all of my questions in great detail.

Get That Ice!


Uploaded by: Patricia_Janes

On: 1149530666

File Size: 39999

Comments: 0 / Views: 1246

Description: Early on in the expedition, Marj and Beth Cassie went on a quest to gather ice that had algae clinging to it. Ice algae acts as the starter culture for the spring algal bloom. That algae is the base of the entire food web.

Fog Rainbow


Uploaded by: Patricia_Janes

On: 1149456411

File Size: 24320

Comments: 0 / Views: 1243

Description: Fog Rainbow

Sun Halo


Uploaded by: Patricia_Janes

On: 1149456375

File Size: 9315

Comments: 0 / Views: 1244

Description: Sun Halo

Sam’s Cup – 4


Uploaded by: Samantha_Dassler_Barlow

On: 1149282409

File Size: 22931

Comments: 0 / Views: 1184

Description: 6/1/06 – I wanted you to see all the decorations on my cup before I put it in the water. I am afraid it will never look the same again…

Sam’s Cup – 3


Uploaded by: Samantha_Dassler_Barlow

On: 1149282343

File Size: 30521

Comments: 0 / Views: 1253

Description: 6/1/06 – Yet another view of my beautiful cup, with as much information as I could possibly write on it.

Sam’s Cup – 2


Uploaded by: Samantha_Dassler_Barlow

On: 1149282305

File Size: 31578

Comments: 0 / Views: 1245

Description: 6/1/06 – I have decorated my cup with a permanent marker. There is something novel about being able to say that your name has been down, that far, under the ocean.

Sam’s Cup


Uploaded by: Samantha_Dassler_Barlow

On: 1149282265

File Size: 30474

Comments: 0 / Views: 1212

Description: 6/1/06 – Mrs. Barlow poses with her cup before it is sent down to 2000 meters with the CTD.

6/1/06 - The Final Run


Uploaded by: Samantha_Dassler_Barlow

On: 1149282193

File Size: 72303

Comments: 0 / Views: 1183

Description: We are almost finished reoccupying stations south of St. Lawrence Island and now we are working on a transect out towards deeper water on the edge of the shelf before we head back to Dutch Harbor.

6/1/06 - The Shelf


Uploaded by: Samantha_Dassler_Barlow

On: 1149282149

File Size: 78462

Comments: 0 / Views: 1204

Description: Can you tell the difference between the shallow water on the continental shelf and the deep water of the basin? The lighter blue means shallower water and the darker blue means deeper water.

USCGA Cadets


Uploaded by: Samantha_Dassler_Barlow

On: 1149281781

File Size: 39117

Comments: 0 / Views: 1305

Description: 3/C Meaghan Geis (left) and 1/C Caroline Dayton pause for a picture after I finished interviewing them. They are Cadets at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut, on summer assignment aboard the USCGC Healy.

Crew and Scientists


Uploaded by: Samantha_Dassler_Barlow

On: 1149281688

File Size: 61207

Comments: 0 / Views: 1338

Description: 5/11/06 The Crew and the Scientists aboard the USCGC Healy gather on the helo deck for a photo in front of the helo. Can you find Sam and Patty?

Takeoff Time


Uploaded by: Patricia_Janes

On: 1149281181

File Size: 36927

Comments: 0 / Views: 1645

Description: After a two hour tour of the Healy, Bobby, Bob, and Edmond flew back to Gambell.

Listen Up!


Uploaded by: Patricia_Janes

On: 1149281144

File Size: 41440

Comments: 0 / Views: 1352

Description: Bobby, Bob, and Edmond listen intently to the helicopter safety guidelines before boarding the helo bound for Gambell on St. Lawrence Island.

Well Done


Uploaded by: Patricia_Janes

On: 1149281108

File Size: 37770

Comments: 0 / Views: 1356

Description: LTjg Wagonseller of NOAA congratulates Bobby Ungwiluk on a job well done. Bobby won NOAA’s 2005-2006 Taking the Pulse of the Planet Award for his science fair project.

15 Pages V  1 2 3 > » 
> Sorting Options
Showing 20 of 295 sorted by in from

- NSF Acknowledgment & Disclaimer Time is now: 25th October 2016 - 01:30 AM
IPS Driver Error  

There appears to be an error with the database.
You can try to refresh the page by clicking here.

Error Returned

We apologise for any inconvenience