Tagged: guyots

Two months at sea has shown me how little we know of our oceans - Unsorted

Guest Author Mar 12, 2021

Alysha Johnson Before I headed out to sea, I did not know a lot about the ocean to begin with. A geologist and geomorphologist by training, I have always looked at the land and had never spent longer in a ship than the 3-hour Wellington to Picton ferry crossing. But it hasn’t taken me long to realise that compared to … Read More

New Year of Ocean Mapping, Two Voyages Aboard the R/V Falkor - Field Work

Guest Author Feb 10, 2021

Alysha Johnson Tēnā koutou! My name is Alysha Johnson, and I am a PhD student at the University of Wollongong studying the geomorphic evolution of volcanic islands, seamounts and guyots. I was lucky enough to join the crew and scientists aboard the R/V Falkor with Schmidt Ocean Institute on their ‘Pinging in the New Year’ expedition running from 28th December … Read More