YouTube. *****Used this fantastic website with Second form to show just how vast the oceans are whilst we learn about coral reefs #geographyteacher. Origin of life: 'Some scientists think that the three components of RNA, proteins and fatty acids formed independently before coming together to form the first cell, perhaps near #HydrothermalVents in the ocean or in puddles on land'. Antarctic Survey sur Twitter : "A new species of limpet has been discovered inhabiting the underwater #sub-Antarctic Kemp Caldera, where hydrothermal vents spew out hot sulphuric liquid. Scientists have nicknamed this region the 'winter palace'.
When my father became the first man to reach the deepest point on Earth in the #MarianaTrench in 1960, he saw a fish. It is sad that Vescovo, 59 years later, found plastic there. This strengthens even more my determination to act. Protecting the □is still. *****Mariana Trench: Deepest-ever sub dive finds plastic bag. Image copyright Tamara Stubbs.
Amazing □… Twitter. Marvels of the deep and their superpowers. Image copyright NOAA Maggie Georgieva is turning a jar of preservative around in her hands.
"This is it," she says. "This is 'The Hoff' - the famous yeti crab with a hairy chest," referring to the object suspended in alcohol. Most of us would be hard pressed to name a recently discovered creature from the deep, and this animal may even be the only one that triggers any sort of recognition. The Hoff made headlines in 2012 after being spotted living 2,000m down in a volcanic region of the Southern Ocean.
A novel species, the researchers who found it joked that the crustacean's fluffy appearance had something in common with a certain American movie star. Media playback is unsupported on your device Of course, The Hoff eventually got a proper title and description. She's fascinated by hydrothermal vents. In some locations, water can get drawn through cracks in the hot rock and become loaded with dissolved metals and other chemicals, before then being ejected back into the ocean. *****The oceans are much deeper than you imagined. *****This incredible animation shows how deep the ocean really by @sai ( 1 feet = 0,305 meters ) Nautilus Live. Impacts of anthropogenic disturbances at deep-sea hydrothermal vent ecosystems: A review.
Massimo sur Twitter : "Magnapinna squids are one of the deep-sea more ethereal creatures. Little is known of these squid as very few have ever been captured although over the last decade with the increased usage of remotely operated vehicles more & more v. A bizarre jellyfish was found floating at a depth of 3000m in the ocean near American Samoa in February. (Image: NOAA) "26,700 Feet Below" new fish species discovered. Ship Okeanos Explorer: Live Video Stream. Following the successful completion of the Mountains in the Deep: Exploring the Central Pacific Basin expedition, NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer will enter a dry dock period for repairs.
Our next mission is slated to begin July 6. Check out the full 2017 overview for more details on what is coming up next. [ Where is the Okeanos? ] Mission Complete2017-05-19 19:21 After 23 days at sea, NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer is in Honolulu, Hawaii. Me: "Kids, the Mariana Trench is so deep that nothing lives there" 5 yo: "Not true, Yeti Crabs and tubeworms live down there" □□ How deep the ocean really is. How deep the ocean really is. Stunningly beautiful jellyfish found while exploring The Enigma Seamount at a depth of ~3,700 meters. Why Is the Ocean Salty? How Hot is Too Hot for Earth-Style Life? International research mission to explore limits of life deep beneath the seafloor Mission seeks to answer key questions: How deep is Earth’s habitable zone?
How deep is the deep subseafloor biosphere? How does the deep biosphere affect life at the surface? Could life have originated deep and moved upward? Destination: Nankai Trough, ~120 kilometers off the coast of Japan, where the ocean depth is 4.7 kilometers, and drilling will penetrate a further 1.2 kilometers beneath the seafloor, where layers of sediment and rock reach temperatures of 130°C (266°F), far above water’s boiling point at Earth’s surface.
Mission elements: 31 researchers from 8 nations World’s largest, most stable scientific research ship Helicopters to speed fresh samples from ship to shore Super-clean lab on shore to prevent sample contamination “Over the next 60 days, we have an unprecedented opportunity to learn more about when temperatures become too hot for microbial life to survive below the seafloor,” said Dr. How hot is too hot for Earth-style #life? Via @deepcarb.