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Door

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Description: HERE IS THE DOOR THAT WE WENT INTO! IT TOOK AWHILE 2 GET IN!!! ALSO, YOU CAN SEE CAPTIN’S HAND, WAVING AT YOU!!!

Midnight Sun

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Description: Can you see why they call this the land of the midnight sun? It is 24:55 and the sun is just now setting. The scientists on the midnight to noon shift told me the next morning that it didn’t really get dark at all last night. It stayed twilight all night long until the sun rose again around 0600.

Sailing into the Sunset

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Description: I captured this beautiful view of the sunset in front of the bow before we turned to head to another station. This picture was taken at 24:30, May 23, 2006. So Monday’s sunset didn’t technically happen until Tuesday morning.

Captured!

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Description: This big orange and white boat is probably pretty scary to many animals in the ocean. Most of the walruses we saw slid into the water as we came near them. This brave male walrus stayed on his piece of ice long enough for me to get a zoomed in picture.

Walrus Herd

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Description: Walrus like to pile on top of each other. It seemed like every time I thought I saw one walrus, it really turned out to be two or more. We saw walrus herds like this for several hours in this broken pack ice today.

Patty on Ice

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Description: Patty said that standing on the ice felt like solid ground. She and the others stayed toward the center of the floe because the edges were weak enough to break off.

The Bering Strait

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Description: We are moving through the stations north of St. Lawrence Island very quickly.

Healy Style S’mores

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Description: 5/18/06 – After singing a walrus song for us, the captain sat down to a steaming mug and a plate of s’mores. The improvised s’mores were made with graham crackers, marshmallow fluff, and chocolate syrup.

You sank my icebreaker...

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Description: 5/18/06 – At the campfire, Ruth challenged “Doc” to a round of Battleship.

Virtual Campfire

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Description: 5/18/06 – Patty started the virtual campfire for Ruth’s festivities.

Patty and the UV Meter

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Description: 5/18/06 - Patty lowered the UV meter almost to the bottom of the Bering Sea - around 35 meters in this area.

UV Meter

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Description: 5/18/06 - The UV meter measures the amount of ultra violet light that penetrates the depths of the water. It also measures photosynthetic active radiation and has a depth and pressure sensor on it.

Sam on Deck

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Description: 5/18/06 – Patty took my picture on the fantail, or stern, of the ship. This is where much of the data collection happens. I am dressed to the nines in my hard hat, windproof hat, mustang suit, various layers of warm clothing, and my steel-toed boots. Can you think of reasons why I might need to wear all of this protective clothing?

May 18 – Station Map

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The Bering Sea - May 18

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Description: Map - May 18

In Answer to Jim's...

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Description: After washing away the muck from the van Veen grab, small sea worms, worm casings, clams, and red amphipods are left.

In Answer to Jim's...

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Description: We picked up this barnacle-covered rock in a van Veen grab. In addition to the barnacles, it held bryozoans, brittle stars, sea urchins, crabs, and sea worms.

King Crab

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Description: HERE IS THE KING CRAB WE CAUGHT!!

Ruth and Crabs

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Trawl stuff

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Description: THERE I AM SORTING THROUGH THE STUFF FROM THE TRAWL!!!



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