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Revealing 99% of the ocean floor: WHOI’s submersible Alvin reaches new depths
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Who is Alvin and what are sea trials?
If you like the deep sea and exploring for science, you’re going to love Alvin!
7 Places and Things Alvin Can Explore Now
With its new depth rating of 6500 meters (4 miles), WHOI's human-occupied vehicle (HOV) Alvin…
The First U.S. Human-Operated Submersible Changed the Course of Oceanography Alvin was built by researchers at Woods Hole
Thanks to Alvin, scientists were able to study the effects of pressure on seafloor microbes and discovered hydrothermal vents that help regulate ocean chemistry and support ecosystems.
The story of “Little Alvin” and the lost H-bomb
How the famed submersible found a lost hydrogen bomb in the Mediterranean Sea during the…
Meet the Alvin 6500 Team: Lisa Smith
Alvin Certification Coordinator Lisa Smith on working with Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) to get…
Exploring the Undiscovered Country: The Deep Ocean
Special equipment is required to visit these extreme depths, which is why less than 5% of this area has been explored and charted.
Overhaul to take Alvin to greater extremes
Work on Iconic Sub Will Put 99% of The Ocean Floor Within Reach
Alvin: Pioneer of the Deep
The deep-sea submersible Alvin has brought explorers to extraordinary places for more than 50 years. Now, as Alvin is poised to continue its revolutionary scientific work, a new set of upgrades will take it deeper than ever before. A coproduction with the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
Meet the Alvin 6500 Team: Rose Wall
Alvin Engineer Rose Wall on joining the Alvin Group during an overhaul and the pandemic.
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