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Ice off Pt. Barrow


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Description: The ice observer on board, Denis Lambert, passed along this aerial photo of the ice off Pt. Barrow, Alaska, where the ship is headed. You can see Pt. Barrow in the top left of the photo.

Mooring in


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Description: You can see the entire mooring in this picture, from the floats at the top to the train wheel at the bottom.

Rebecca Woodgate


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Description: Rebecca Woodgate has now succesfully retrieved three moorings and deployed three others while on this cruise. She seen here with an Aanderaa current meter.

Little Diomede


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Description: If you look closely, you can see the settlement of Diomede on Little Diomede Island in the Bering Strait.

Satellite image Bering...


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Description: This satellite image clearly shows the russian island of Big Diomede and the U.S. Little Diomede Island in the Bering Strait.

Jackie Callen


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Description: Jackie Callen is actually the nurse on board the Laurier. She took a break from her own duties to help make sushi for dinner.

Lee Cooper


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Description: We were doing a mud station when Lee noticed this rock we had found in mud from one of the SLIP stations. Lee was pretty certain that it was granite from Little Diomede Island which had probably moved south, on the ice.

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Rebecca collecting water


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Description: Rebecca Pirtle-Levy is collecting water from the CTD bottles for chlorophyll-a, oxygen-18, and nutrient analysis.

Cruise map


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Description: This the official Arctic Science Plan for the Sir Wilfrid Laurier Cruise 2006-01. You can see where we have just completed our first set of mud stations southwest of St. Lawrence Island.

Dr. Peter Lee


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Description: Peter Lee's work on board involves long hours of collecting and filtering water, both while on station and while underway. He's sampling for DMSP, a substance found in phytoplankton, and also for the pigments found in phytoplankton.

St. Lawrence Island


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Description: Our first mud stations were just southwest of St.Lawrence Island. By the time I woke up, five hours after we had finished, we could easily see St. Lawrence Island in the distance.

Safety drill


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Description: Rebecca Pirtle-Levy and Lee Cooper are wearing the life jackets found in each of our rooms. When the alarm rings, as it did today during a drill, we all grab the jackets and move to the officers' lounge as soon as possible.

Bongo results


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Description: This is what came up in the cod end of one of the bongo nets. It's lots of copepods mixed in with jelly-like material.

John Nelson with bongo...


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Description: John Nelson is preparing to put the bongo nets into the water. The bongos will go down to approximately 100 meters and be towed back up vertically in order to collect zooplankton.

Me with Laurie La Plante


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Description: Whenever I write a journal about someone, I always check it with them before posting to make certain I have all my informataion correct. Rebecca Pirtle-Levy took this picture of me and Laurie La Plante as we looked over the draft of my journal.

Second Engineer, Lauri...


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Description: I took this picture of Second Engineer Laurie La Plante in the Motor Control Room of the Laurier.

Brianne Kelly


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Description: Brianne Kelly, a Masters student at the University of Victoria, is interested in priimary productivity (from the phytoplankton) and nutrient cycling. She spends most of her time collecting and filtering water to get samples to take back for analysis.

Laurier in Dutch Harbor


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Description: You can tell what the weather was like by looking at this picture I took of the Laurier from outside the Russian church in Dutch Harbor.

Bishop's House


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Description: The Bishop's House, near the Russian Cathedral in Unalaska, is sadly in need of repair.

Russian Church


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Description: The Russian Orthodox Cathedral of the Holy Ascension in Unalaska is the oldest cathedral in Alaska.

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