A New Ship’s Mission: Let the Deep Sea Be Seen
New York Times
Mr. Dalio was thinking of buying the Alucia when a team of WHOI experts used the vessel and an undersea robot to find the shattered remains of Air France Flight 447, which in 2009 had vanished over the South Atlantic with 228 passengers. Other search teams had failed, and Mr. Dalio saw the 2011 success as an indication of the field’s exploratory promise.
Massachusetts scientists to develop 3D photographic model of Titanic
Titanic expedition to include WHOI tech
Cape Cod Times
mentions AIVL and WHOI
RESEARCHERS PLAN MANNED 2018 EXPEDITION TO TITANIC
Woods Hole Researchers Taking Part In Manned 2018 Expedition To Titanic
FOR THIS DEEP-SEA ARCHAEOLOGIST, FINDING THE TITANIC AT THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA WAS JUST THE START
Farewell to the Knorr
Over its 44-year career, the retiring research vessel Knorr was on the scene for many of the most significant discoveries in the ocean.
The Quest to Map Titanic
Bill Lange was aboard Knorr in 1985 when the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution research vessel…