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Space, the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. Its continuing mission: To explore strange new worlds. To seek out new life and new civilizations. To boldly go where no one has gone before. Most of us know this sequence read by the captain of the space ship Enterprise at the start of every single Star Trek episode. It gave us this nice feeling of being out there, hope.
Somewhat related to my last post on exploring the deep this entry is merely a collection of interesting links regarding Greenpeace's recent quest to reach and document the ocean floor. (and yes, I really should update this thing more often)
Enjoy them links!
Greenpeace.org - The Bering Sea expedition 2007
Greenpeace.org - The Bering Sea expedition 2007 - Overview
Greenpeace.org - The Bering Sea expedition 2007 - Science
DeepSeaNews - As NGOs rise, Greenpeace goes under
DeepSeaNews - Fine. We'll rent a submarine and do it ourselves.
DeepSeaNews - Interview with a sub-pilot : John Hocevar
DeepSeaNews - Interview with a sub-pilot: David Guggenheim
The Oceandoctor blog on the Bering expedition
One Planet One Ocean marine conservation society