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Ari Daniel

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Caption: John Delaney directs the Regional Scale Nodes ocean observatory program at the University of Washington, where he also serves as Professor of Oceanography., Credit: UWTV and the NEPTUNE Program

An Internet Portal into the Ocean (07:20)
From: Ari Daniel

Welcome to the first episode of Ocean Gazing. We'll look at, listen to and touch the ocean to unpack its secrets. On this program, we’ll hear from University of Washington ...
Caption: John Delaney directs the Regional Scale Nodes ocean observatory program at the University of Washington, where he also serves as Professor of Oceanography., Credit: UWTV and the NEPTUNE Program

An Internet Portal into the Ocean (07:20)
From: Ari Daniel

Welcome to the first episode of Ocean Gazing. We'll look at, listen to and touch the ocean to unpack its secrets. On this program, we’ll hear from University of Washington ...
Caption: Rob Olson and Heidi Sosik developed an automated underwater microscopic camera that takes photographs of phytoplankton in the ocean., Credit: Tom Kleindinst, WHOI

Seeing the Small (10:02)
From: Ari Daniel

Heidi Sosik and Rob Olson describe how a shared frustration led them to develop a special underwater camera that takes pictures of tiny cells in the ocean. It has ...
Caption: Chris Martens getting ready to 'splash' and dive 50 feet underwater to live in the Aquarius Undersea Laboratory for a 10-day mission., Credit: Mark Hulsbeck

Coral Concerns (09:33)
From: Ari Daniel

Chris Martens is alarmed by the global disappearance of corals. To learn more, he lives at the bottom of the ocean on Conch Reef off Key Largo, Florida for up to 2 weeks at a time.
Caption: Kelly Benoit-Bird adjusting the sonar before beginning her experiment., Credit: Nick Kelsh

Sonar in the Sea (07:15)
From: Ari Daniel

Kelly Benoit-Bird works on all kinds of ocean animals ranging from zooplankton to whales. And ocean observatories could make her science even more exciting.