|In 1998, University of Delaware marine biologist Craig Cary and his colleagues made headlines around the world when they confirmed that the Pompeii worm, which lives at deep-sea hydrothermal vents, is the Earth's most heat-tolerant animal, able to withstand temperatures up to 176°F. Check out this hot discovery!|
|Discover the wonders of the deep. Take a virtual tour of the seafloor in Alvin!|
in with Michael League and Karen Romano Young,
our shipboard education coordinators, for a daily account of the expedition.
|Biocomplexity is the complex interplay between living organisms and their environment. Sorting it all out requires the knowledge, skill, and talent of scientists from many disciplines.|
|Sallye Davis is one of 21 crew who will keep R/V Atlantis smooth sailing ahead!|
|What's it feel like when you're descending in the submersible Alvin?|
|Copyright University of Delaware, November 2004|