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NASA Science News for April 25, 2001 - Astrobiologists are visiting the Indian Ocean to explore a bizarre undersea ecosystem that doesn't need sunlight to flourish. You can join them via a live webcast on April 26th! FULL STORY 26 April 2001

NSF SHIPS TO PROBE BIOLOGICAL ENIGMAS OF THE FROZEN SOUTHERN OCEAN

From SCIENCEnet on Southern Ocean GLOBEC cruises

From: "Edwards, Michelle R."

Subj: NSF Ships Will Probe Biological Enigmas

Date: Tue, 17 Apr 2001 16:31:56 -0400

 

Project SEREAD launched in the Pacific

Schools to help scientists understand oceans

SUVA, 7 March 2001 (IOI-Pacific Islands) - IOI-PI - A truly global collaboration has seen the launching of a new project on ocean observing system in the Pacific region, coordinated by the International Ocean Institute Operational Center for the Pacific Islands (IOI-PI).

The project known as the Scientific Educational Resources and Experience Associated with the Deployment of Argo Drifting Floats in the South Pacific Ocean (SEREAD) began with the formation of a steering committee in January 2001.

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