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ECOGIG: March '13 cruise Blog Entry #7

Note: This is a guest post by Dr. Beth Orcutt, Senior Research Scientist at the Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences in Maine. Orcutt is a participant in the ECOGIG project and will be blogging here about her experiences on the March 2013 RV Pelican ECOGIG cruise to deploy deep-sea landers in the Gulf of Mexico
 
ECOGIG: March '13 cruise Blog Entry #7
 

ECOGIG: March '13 cruise Blog Entry #6

Dr. Beth Orcutt making final connections on the MIMOSA experiment on one of the ECOGIG landers. Photo by Laura Lapham.
Moving an ECOGIG lander on the RV Pelican at sunset. Photo by Beth Orcutt.

Note: This is a guest post by Dr. Beth Orcutt, Senior Research Scientist at the Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences in Maine. Orcutt is a participant in the ECOGIG project and will be blogging here about her experiences on the March 2013 RV Pelican ECOGIG cruise to deploy deep-sea landers in the Gulf of Mexico.
 
ECOGIG: March '13 cruise Blog Entry #6
 

ECOGIG: March '13 cruise Blog Entry #5

OIly sheen on the sea surface above a natural oil seep in the Gulf of Mexico. Photo by Beth Orcutt.
Dr. Laura Lapham and Dr. Beth Orcutt getting ready for another riveting day of connecting miles of plastic tubing for the MIMOSA experiment. Photo by Beth Orcutt.

Note: This is a guest post by Dr. Beth Orcutt, Senior Research Scientist at the Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences in Maine. Orcutt is a participant in the ECOGIG project and will be blogging here about her experiences on the March 2013 RV Pelican ECOGIG cruise to deploy deep-sea landers in the Gulf of Mexico.
 
ECOGIG: March '13 cruise Blog Entry #5
 

ECOGIG: March '13 cruise Blog Entry #4

ECOGIG landers on the RV Pelican for the March 2013 cruise. Photo by Beth Orcutt.
Copper and Teflon tubing spools for the MIMOSA experiments on the ECOGIG landers. Photo by Beth Orcutt.

Note: This is a guest post by Dr. Beth Orcutt, Senior Research Scientist at the Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences in Maine. Orcutt is a participant in the ECOGIG project and will be blogging here about her experiences on the March 2013 RV Pelican ECOGIG cruise to deploy deep-sea landers in the Gulf of Mexico.
 
ECOGIG: March '13 cruise Blog Entry #4
 

ECOGIG: March '13 cruise Blog Entry #3

Note: This is a guest post by Dr. Beth Orcutt, Senior Research Scientist at the Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences in Maine. Orcutt is a participant in the ECOGIG project and will be blogging here about her experiences on the March 2013 RV Pelican ECOGIG cruise to deploy deep-sea landers in the Gulf of Mexico.
 
ECOGIG: March '13 cruise: Blog #3
 

ECOGIG: March '13 cruise Blog Entry #2

ECOGIG lander experiments in the Gulf of Mexico to study microbial responses to hydrocarbon inputs. Photo by Beth Orcutt.

Note: This is a guest post by Dr. Beth Orcutt, Senior Research Scientist at the Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences in Maine. Orcutt is a participant in the ECOGIG project and will be blogging here about her experiences on the March 2013 RV Pelican ECOGIG cruise to deploy deep-sea landers in the Gulf of Mexico.

ECOGIG: March '13 cruise: Blog #2

The ECOGIG project heads to sea again in early March 2013

ECOGIG deep sea lander recovered in November 2012 during the RV Falkor cruise. Photo credit Beth Orcutt.

Note: This is a guest post by Dr. Beth Orcutt, Senior Research Scientist at the Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences in Maine. Orcutt is a participant in the ECOGIG project and will be blogging here about her experiences on the March 2013 RV Pelican ECOGIG cruise to deploy deep-sea landers in the Gulf of Mexico.
 
March 2013 ECOGIG cruise - Blog Entry #1