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Jessica Lee

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After a 2 day weather delay, we are back on track today. As usual we began sampling at sunrise.


We caught bucket loads of jellyfish.


And a really cool moonfish!


After competing all of our sampling stations, we are ready to pack up and head to shore. Thanks for following along with us!b2ap3_thumbnail_crew.JPG

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Today started out with rain and lightening delays but quickly turned to rainbows.




Last night's dip netting resulted in more myctophid samples. These will be used for the otolith chemistry component of our project.


This billfish from today's sample was exceptional!


We finished up the sampling at sunset with a total of 12 stations.

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We had a great second day out on the water. Last night we caught some neat myctophids in the ring net.


Mike, Kim and Chris also had good luck with the dip nets at night! Here is one of the flyingfish they caught.


Today we completed stations 15-24 which finished our first transect. We caught tuna, billfish, flying fish, and a dolphinfish. This is one of the larval tunas.


Now we are traveling to the beginning of our second transect, which is about a 7 hour steam. We will be ready to start sampling at dawn tomorrow!

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Howdy DEEPENDers!

We have just complete our first day of sampling on the LF2016B Cruise aboard the Blazing Seven. Our crew consists of 9 researchers including: Dr. David Wells, Dr. John Mohan, Cori Meinert, Mike Lewis, Chris Steffen, Jessica Lee, and Jillian Gilmartin from Texas A&M University at Galveston and Sebastian Velez from Florida Atlantic University. We sampled at 14 stations today and had some interesting finds including billfish, swordfish, and a puffer.


We will be towing the ring net again tonight, so look forward to pictures from the deep!

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