Learn how data collected from NDSF vehicles is moving science forward. Here are some talks featuring our vehicles at the upcoming 2022 Ocean Sciences Meeting.
12:45pm: C-spec: a deep sea laser spectrometer for measuring the carbon system (dic and pco2), Beckett Colson, MIT-WHOI Joint Program #ROVJason
10am: Gas sensing in the deep ocean: advancing our ability to chemically explore, Anna Michel, Chief Scientist for Deep Submergence at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution #ROVJason #AUVSentry
9:00am: Automated target detection and classification of a wide-area ocean dump site surveyed by unmanned underwater vehicles, Sophia Merrifield, Scripps Institution of Oceanography #ROVJason #AUVSentry
3:30pm: Investigating seafloor venting at the Southern East Pacific Rise using the Sentry AUV, Chris German, WHOI and co-authors #AUVSentry
3:40pm: Plume Raiders—exploring dimensions of submarine volcanism and understanding how it impacts ocean chemistry and productivity, Joseph Resing, University of Washington #AUVSentry
2:40pm: Autonomous experimental design and decision-making for mapping deep sea hydrothermal plumes, Genevieve Elaine Flaspohler, MIT-WHOI Joint Program Student #ROVJason #AUVSentry
2:45pm: Iterative bayesian methods for deep sea hydrothermal plume mapping with autonomous underwater vehicles, Victoria Preston, MIT-WHOI Joint Program Student #ROVJason #AUVSentry
3:45pm: Habitat suitability modeling of deep sea scleractinian coral reefs in the north pacific, Mauricio Silva, Florida State University #AUVSentry
9:10am: Importance of chemosynthetic primary production to a recently discovered methane seep coral from the pacific Costa Rican margin, April Stabbins, Temple University #AUVSentry
Talks in this listing mentioned an NDSF vehicle in their OceanSciences abstract, if you are giving a talk that uses data from Alvin, Jason, or Sentry and you don’t see it on this list please email the link to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will add it.