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09/04/2011, 10:26 PM by Lollie Garay
R/V Melville<br/><br/>Credit: divediscover.whoi.edu
R/V Melville
Photo Credit: divediscover.whoi.edu


Lat/long 11.6N -56.86E

 The R/V Melville set out to sea with the ANACONDAS science teams on Saturday about 4PM EST. Adriane reports that sampling began today and will continue through tomorrow. I asked her about the weather and she said that “it’s supposed to be smooth sailing” for them. Good news!

 I hope to have some of the first images from her tomorrow.  I did find an interesting interactive of the R/V Melville ship compartments. See it at: http://www.divediscover.whoi.edu/tools/melville.html

 Cheers, Lollie

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