1 week 2 days
Submitted by Amanda Wolfe on Wed, 04/19/2017 - 04:12
There is a small potted tree upstairs on the bridge deck and an orchid plant that I sit next to just to see something green. We are a little less than a week in to this expedition and this has become my favorite place on the ship.
Submitted by Kristen Weiss on Sun, 01/08/2017 - 15:09
Submitted by Juliet Crowell on Thu, 11/26/2015 - 08:32
Comic by: Jesus Reolid
Submitted by Ivan Hernandez on Tue, 03/04/2014 - 18:36
It has been long time since my last post, thanks Peter Clift
Submitted by Carol Larson on Thu, 07/18/2013 - 13:28
"Back in the old days”, a term most of us now utilize to describe the first part of our JR 341 journey, when we were all acclimatizing to the ship and things were a bit hazy in the wake of this adaptation, we questioned the scientists onboard about their work and lives at home. We asked several of them what their favorite superhero power would be. Several of them said fli
Submitted by Carol Larson on Sun, 06/30/2013 - 12:04
Microfossils keep secrets of the season they were living in, i.e. the temperature, salinity and the nutrients in the sea water.
The Neogloboquadina pachyderma, a type of foraminifera pictured here, shell or test coils left in cold waters and right in warmer waters. No one knows why this happens.
Episode FOUR "STORMY SCIENCE" captures the intense moments surrounding major decisions of Expedition 342. High drama and high stakes science makes this expedition really exciting. What impact events are we finding in our cores? How do you recognize that an impact event occured? Experience the thrill of the unexpected in Episode 4: Stormy Science. Wait, is there gold in that core?!
Submitted by Teresa Greely on Sun, 03/25/2012 - 03:56
I'm a PhD candidate from UMass, where I study Micropaleontology and Paleoceanography. I'm really interested in figuring out how the ocean-climate system affect evolution, and to do this I'm learning all I can about one of the best fossil records we have-- forams.
Submitted by Teresa Greely on Sat, 03/24/2012 - 00:58
Enjoy meeting 340 Ocean Detective Debbie Wall-Palmer who has created a PHOTO Story to share her research while aboard the JR.