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Jarvis Island, USA
We finished a large ridge area in the first of three targeted survey areas in the Jarvis Island region and have moved on to our second mapping focus. Our survey started by covering unmapped small seamounts, after which we will proceed north to complete mapping loops around several isolated seamounts through Thursday. Our work will supplement previously collected multibeam bathymetry and subbottom profiler data along unmapped stretches of the seafloor. These dives will lay the groundwork for planning future dives in this remote region! Learn more about this expedition here20 minutes 28 seconds ago


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Jarvis Island Mapping

November 19 – December 19, 2023
Traveling to the southern hemisphere, this expedition takes the team to Jarvis Island, one of the most poorly mapped areas under US jurisdiction, where our high-resolution bathymetric seafloor mapping will add to the world’s baseline knowledge of this poorly studied part of the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument (PRIMNM). High-resolution seafloor mapping will help identify unique and interesting features for future ROV exploration and supports management and conservation efforts within one of the largest marine protected areas in the world.

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