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transpixel The multisampler. This device is controlled by acoustic signals and used to split trawl catches into portions. Using the multisampler attached to a  trawl with several cod-ends facilitates sampling of several depth layers in a single tow. Remotely controlled sensors for the multisampler were produced by SCANMAR, one of MAR-ECOs corporate associates.  Photo: Hans Petter Knudsen transpixel
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transpixel Instruments for the IMR Acoustic Lander being fitted into spherical glass floats by electronics technician Terje Torkelsen. Photo: Hans Petter Knudsen transpixel
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transpixel The remotely operated vehicle Aglantha (bul\ilt by Argos Deep-sea Systems) and owned by the Institute of Marine Research and University of Bergen. This vehicle is depth-rated to 2000 m. Photo: Uwe Piatkowski transpixel
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The multisampler. This device is controlled by acoustic signals and used to split trawl catches into portions. Using the multisampler attached to a trawl with several cod-ends facilitates sampling of several depth layers in a single tow. Remotely controlled sensors for the multisampler were produced by SCANMAR, one of MAR-ECOs corporate associates. Photo: Hans Petter Knudsen
Instruments for the IMR Acoustic Lander being fitted into spherical glass floats by electronics technician Terje Torkelsen. Photo: Hans Petter Knudsen
The remotely operated vehicle Aglantha (bul\ilt by Argos Deep-sea Systems) and owned by the Institute of Marine Research and University of Bergen. This vehicle is depth-rated to 2000 m. Photo: Uwe Piatkowski
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transpixel Winches holding the umbilicals of the ROVs Aglantha (front) and Bathysaurus (back) fitted in the hangar of the RV G.O.Sars. Photo: Uwe Piatkowski transpixel
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transpixel The remotely operated vehicle Aglantha (bul\ilt by Argos Deep-sea Systems) and owned by the Institute of Marine Research and University of Bergen. This vehicle is depth-rated to 2000 m. Photo: Uwe Piatkowski transpixel
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transpixel The IMR Acoustic lander. Echosounder units provided to MAR-ECO by SIMRAD, a company of the Kongsberg group. Three such landers will be deployed on the ridge at about 1000 m depth in different locations. Photo:  Kirsty Anderson transpixel
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Winches holding the umbilicals of the ROVs Aglantha (front) and Bathysaurus (back) fitted in the hangar of the RV G.O.Sars. Photo: Uwe Piatkowski
The remotely operated vehicle Aglantha (bul\ilt by Argos Deep-sea Systems) and owned by the Institute of Marine Research and University of Bergen. This vehicle is depth-rated to 2000 m. Photo: Uwe Piatkowski
The IMR Acoustic lander. Echosounder units provided to MAR-ECO by SIMRAD, a company of the Kongsberg group. Three such landers will be deployed on the ridge at about 1000 m depth in different locations. Photo: Kirsty Anderson
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transpixel The cod-end aquarium being retrieved. The aquarium helps keep specimens in good condition. It also has an internal digital video camera.  Photo: Jaime Alvarez transpixel
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transpixel The French Underwater Video Profiler (UVP) used to map zooplankton and other particulate matter in the water column. Photo: Marc Picheral transpixel
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transpixel The French Underwater Video Profiler (UVP) used to map zooplankton and other particulate matter in the water column. Photo: Marc Picheral transpixel
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The cod-end aquarium being retrieved. The aquarium helps keep specimens in good condition. It also has an internal digital video camera. Photo: Jaime Alvarez
The French Underwater Video Profiler (UVP) used to map zooplankton and other particulate matter in the water column. Photo: Marc Picheral
The French Underwater Video Profiler (UVP) used to map zooplankton and other particulate matter in the water column. Photo: Marc Picheral
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