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Extreme Ocean Machines – virtual event recording

Darkness, crushing pressures, and freezing temperatures. These are just a few of the challenges of exploring our extreme ocean world. Join guest host James Cameron, renowned ocean explorer and filmmaker, for a conversation about the revolutionary technologies that are empowering new generations of explorers, scientists, and storytellers on the high seas. Recorded May 20, 2020.

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Dante Cusolito stands next to his completed radio-controlled model of R/V <em>Atlantis</em>, rendered at 1/34 the size of its real-life counterpart. (Photo courtesy of Dante Cusolito)
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Ocean Life Institute and Ocean Exploration Institute committee members touring HOV Alvin on R/V Atlantis at the WHOI dock during the 2015 Spring Trustee and Corporation annual meeting.
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WHOI manages the NSF-funded Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI), an integrated infrastructure program composed of science-driven platforms and sensor systems that measure physical, chemical, geological and biological properties and processes from the seafloor to the air-sea interface, for the entire ocean science community. (Photo by Ken Kostel ©Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)
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A lone emperor penguin meanders on the sea ice in Antarctica in 2012. (Photo by Peter Kimball, © Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)
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Matt Long welds together parts of a frame that will allow for instrument attachment points on his team's new buoy. (Photo by Matt Long, © Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)
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Ken Buesseler on deck as Alucia approaches Majuro (© Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)
An aircraft releases chemical dispersant on 5 May 2010 over oil floating on the surface of the Gulf of Mexico that was spilled during the Deepwater Horizon disaster. (Photo by U.S. Coast Guard Petty Officer 3rd Class Stephen Lehmann)