15. june |
Fig 1: Echogram from 18 kHz echo sounder reaching bottom at 2300 m. The echogram is partially contaminated by propeller noise and disturbance during trawling.
Fig 2: A picture of the activity of the day drawn into an echogram (time is UTC). An echogram is the picture given by an echosounder, and the structure and intensity tell us about the density and type of animals recorded. Vertical migration is indicated by changes in dephts of the acoustic
layers. Above the echogram is indicted the relative frequency of occurrence of sea mammals during that day.
A Sperm whale.
A view of a cabin.
Bottom topography at the lander site (CGFZ NorthWest W-Point3).
17. june |
Preparing the ROV Aglantha on deck.
Photo: Uwe Piatkowski.