This video, made by film maker Lisa Strong for Ocean Leadership, gives a great background into the cool science we are doing at the bottom of the ocean.

 

Science Videos

This is a collection of videos about some of the awesome science that I get to do with my other science colleagues.  Close to everything you have ever wanted to know about looking for life below the seafloor and what it is like to be a marine scientist.

Videos made by other people

Another video by film maker Lisa Strong about a cruise to the western coast of the USA to study life below the seafloor on the Juan de Fuca Ridge flank.

Ever wonder what it is like to be a marine scientist?  Find out by watching this video!

A video about the drama of working on the high seas!  From IODP Expedition 336, filmed by Michael Brown and Zak Ettlinger, edited by Jennifer Magnusson.

A video about how we collect rocks from beneath the seafloor, and what we are trying to find in and on them.  From IODP Expedition 336, filmed by Michael Brown and Zak Ettlinger, edited by Jennifer Magnusson.

Videos made by me

A video from IODP Expedition 327, featuring Dr. Geoff Wheat explaining the unique samplers we use to collect fluids from beneath the seafloor.

A video documenting the launch of the ROV Jason II from the RV Atlantis research vessel.

An interview with Dr. Brian Glazer of the University of Hawaii, a marine geochemist that has really fancy underwater instruments. Filmed by Lisa Strong.

An interview with Dr. Katrina Edwards of the University of Southern California about her interests in life at the bottom of the ocean.

Interviews with two of my favorite ROV Jason II pilots about why their jobs are so amazingly cool. Filming by Lisa Strong.

Videos of presentations I have given

A recording of a presentation I gave in March 2012 as part of the Center for Dark Energy Biosphere Investigations Networked Speaker Series - more here

A video documenting the recovery of a benthic lander from the Gulf of Mexico during cruise NA027 of the E/V Nautilus. Video courtesy of Exploration Now Live.