There’s been an awakening. Have you felt it? Investigator’s call for sea time applications has been made. Just let the science in.
After travelling to the Antarctic ice edge, Investigator has berthed in New Zealand to finish Leg 1 of a research voyage that will take the ship to the equator.
PhD student Madi Rosevear tell us what it’s like to live on board the Investigator, and explains just what the heck CTDs and XBTs are.
After tackling three separate primary projects in a single voyage the Investigator arrives back in Hobart to get ready for the next big trip.
Not only has the Investigator broken new ground in blue-water research by tackling three major projects in a single voyage, it also houses incredibly advanced technology that would make Batman envious
After travelling almost 16,000 km’s , witnessing Australia’s only volcano erupt and collecting detailed data every where from acoustic plumes to sea knolls, the RV Investigator and its crew heads home to Hobart for a well deserved rest
An update from week #7 (17-23 Feb) aboard RV Investigator from the voyage’s Chief Scientist Prof Mike Coffin – evacuation, lightening, great science and art
Kendall Sherrin shares what life aboard RV Investigator is like for a young scientist
Update #6 – An unexpected turn of events, bubbles from the sea floor, a live interview from the ship, and homeward bound.