Posts by Sarah Schofield
Changing the way we do things at the MNF!
We’ve established an exciting new position for an early career scientist to join the MNF Science Advisor Committee.
Wow! Look what’s about to hit book stores near you!
A new book regaling stories from onboard Australia's ocean research vessel is set to hit the shelves soon.
Investigator mapping the submerged Huon reserve
The RV Investigator headed south of Tasmania to test new equipment for modelling the Huon submerged mountains, home to a range of fish, coral, squid and crabs.
Guess what turned one!
We celebrated the Investigator's first birthday by having our ship - and eating it too.
Ever wondered what it’s like being a scientist in the Southern Ocean?
Working at sea as a marine scientist seems like it’d be fun, right? Well, sometimes the conditions can get a bit hairy, particularly in the Southern Ocean.
Eely good video from on board RV Investigator!
Do you want to know more about the eely good deep sea video posted this week?
Take a look at 1000 metres below the surface!
We have a deep water camera system that can capture images 5,500 metres in a vertical drop (stationary ship), or 4,000 metres when it's being towed at around 1-2 knots.
A look at the world of research vessels!
Around the world there are lots of research vessels and the International Research Ship Operators, or IRSO, provides a forum for collaboration and cooperation. […]
Don’t miss the boat! Full applications for sea time on RV Investigator in 2017-18 due Friday 4 September!
Full applications for sea time on RV Investigator in 2017-18 are due by Friday 4 September 2015.
Time’s running out – pre-proposals due this Friday!!
Pre-proposals for sea time on RV Investigator in 2017-18 are due this Friday, 31 July 2015.
Applications now open for time aboard
The MNF is calling for applications for 2017-18 and multi-year applications from 2017-18 to 2019-20.