Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station [Center for Deep-Sea Ecology and Biotechnology]

Additional Expeditions

1995-2001
Photo: Rich Lutz with DSV Alvin.

R/V Atlantis/Alvin, June – July 2001. DSV Alvin dives 3663-3682. Mid-Atlantic ridge, sampling at six deep-sea hydrothermal vent sites. Chief scientist: Cindy L. Van Dover, College of William and Mary.

R/V Atlantis/Alvin, April 2000. DSV Alvin dives 3540-3550. East Pacific Rise, sampling at 9°N deep-sea hydrothermal vents. Chief Scientist: Richard A. Lutz, Rutgers University.

R/V Atlantis/Alvin, November 1999. DSV Alvin dives 3488-3502. East Pacific Rise, sampling at 9°N deep-sea hydrothermal vents. Chief Scientist: Richard A. Lutz, Rutgers University.

R/V Atlantis/Alvin, May 1999. DSV Alvin dives 3394-3415. East Pacific Rise, sampling at 9°N deep-sea hydrothermal vents. Chief Scientist: Craig Cary, University of Delaware.

R/V Atlantis/Alvin, July 1997. DSV Alvin dives 3116-3133. Mid-Atlantic Ridge, sampling at seven deep-sea hydrothermal vent sites. Chief Scientist: Robert C. Vrijenhoek, Rutgers University.

R/V Atlantis/Alvin, June 1997. DSV Alvin dives 3114-3115. Mid-Atlantic Ridge, sampling at Lucky Strike deep-sea hydrothermal vent.  Chief scientist: Daniel Fornari, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.

R/V Atlantis/Alvin, November 1999. DSV Alvin dives 3488-3502. East Pacific Rise, sampling at 9°N deep-sea hydrothermal vents. Chief Scientist: Richard A. Lutz, Rutgers University.

R/V Oceanus, July 1996. North Atlantic Abyssal Plain and Atlantis Canyon, deep-sea sediment and water sampling.  Chief Scientist: Holger Jannasch, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.

R/V Asterias, July 1996 North Atlantic Continental Shelf, coastal sediment sampling.  Chief scientist: Holger Jannasch, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.

R/V Atlantis II/Alvin, June 1996. DSV Alvin dives 3075-3084.  Long-term Ecosystem Observatory 2500 (LEO 2500). North Atlantic Continental Rise, deep-sea sediment sampling.  Chief scientist: J. Frederick Grassle, Rutgers University.

SS/V Corwith Cramer, July 1995.  North Atlantic Continental Shelf, coastal sediment and water sampling. Sea Education Association/Marine Biological Laboratory.

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