June/July 2004, Honolulu to Honolulu for our first VERTIGO
cruise web site, with daily updates, project info and something
about the scientists involved and gear we use.
January 2004, Honolulu to Honolulu on the research vessel
Kilo Moana as described by Christian Science Monitor
reporter Peter Spott who went along for the ride.
The Southern Ocean Iron (Fe) Experiment, SOFeX, took place
in Jan./Feb. 2002 using 3 ships in and out for ports in Christchurch,
New Zealand, McMurdo Station, Antarctica and Valparaiso, Chile.
An extensive cruise and project web site has been
maintained by the Montery Bay Aquarium Research Institute.
“Postcards from the bottom of the Earth” is a
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution collection of emails
from Ken Buesseler’s 45 day Nov/Dec. 2001 trip from
Hobart, Australia to Antarctica and back on the research vessel
Arabian Sea (JGOFS)
In 1995 as part of the largest U.S. ocean carbon program to
date- the U.S. Joint Global Ocean Flux Study (JGOFS)- the
Café Thorium found its way in and out of Oman on 4
research cruises. Tom Gidwitz, writing for Woods Hole Currents
magazine, wrote a short piece about the Café Thorium
and its JGOFS science program on the high seas.