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Exploring the Mysteries of the Ocean Floor

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Photo of the submersible Alvin that was used to collect sediment from methane seeps.

The submersible Alvin that Emily Beale and her colleagues used to collect sediment from methane seeps in the Eel River Basin in California.

Credit: Emily Beal, Penn State University


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Photo of a stained microbial aggregate found in the researchers' manganese incubations.

A microbial aggregate found in the researchers' manganese incubations, stained using 4',6-diamidino-2-phenylindole (DAPI). The scale bar on the image is 5 microns (millionths of a meter).

Credit: Emily Beal, Penn State University


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Photo of invertebrates on the seafloor of the Eel River Basin in California.

Invertebrates on the seafloor of the Eel River Basin in California.

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Photo of an orange fish joining invertebrates on the seafloor of the Eel River Basin in California.

An orange fish joins invertebrates on the seafloor of the Eel River Basin in California.

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