The shark with frickin laser-beams attached to its head! If you have been following our cruise you will notice there has been very little mention of the video work we […]
As I write this campaign is drawing to a close. It has been a busy time offshore with a wide variety of activities being undertaken by the officers, crew, […]
By Heather Stewart (Geologist, British Geological Survey) I write this after a busy day acquiring seismic, vibrocores and video data (but more about the video from Kerry next time!). We […]
Mobilisation What does it take to get a ship ready to go on expedition out into the Atlantic? Well quite a lot of what we call “mobilisation” has to go […]
The Background Back in 2007 our team, working with our friends at British Geological Survey, the Marine Institute in Ireland, and the Joint Nature Conservation Committee, went out to explore […]
On my first ever trip to sea in 1999 on the scientific research ship ‘Challenger’ we were investigating an area of the Irish deep sea known as the Porcupine Seabight […]
Last week we received news that our grant application, submitted to the Natural Environment Research Council, has been successful and will be funded. The project entitled “The influence of population […]
Check out our short film explaining what the Mapping the Deep project is all about.