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Cartoon depicting deep sea dredging

Cartoon depicting deep sea dredging

A whimsical cartoon depicting deep sea dredging for marine fauna. Source: In "Natural History of the European Seas" by E. Forbes (posthumously) and edited by Robert Godwin-Austen. Forbes' initials are in the lower right of this drawing. (Courtesy of NOAA Photo Library.)

 

Steam winch with steel wire

A steam winch with steel wire was first used for deepsea dredging on the Coast Survey Steamer Blake. Source: Deep Sea Sounding and Dredging (1880) by C. Sigsbee. (Courtesy of NOAA Photo Library.)

 

Gulf Stream map from 1860

Chart of the Gulf Stream compiled by the Coast Survey in 1860, based on a series of systematic studies begun in 1845. (NOAA Photo Library)

Diagram of the Sigsbee Sounding Machine

A diagram of the Sigsbee Sounding Machine from 1875. (NOAA Photo Library)

 

1935年的淺水員

Diver in 1935 in 1 atmosphere suit about to explore the Lusitania.

In 1935, Jim Jarrett wearing a 1 atmosphere diving suit (a suit which maintained an internal pressure of one atmosphere -- the same pressure as at the surface of the ocean) made a dive to 312 feet to explore the wreck of the Lusitania. This suit was developed by J. Peress, and was a precursor to the "Jim" suit, named for Jim Jarrett Peress's chief diver. Image courtesy of NOAA/OAR/National Undersea Research Program (NURP).

 

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