2019 - EV Nautilus NA108
2019 - EV Nautilus NA108

(Credit Ocean Exploration Trust) Watch Leader Pacific Ocean- 2 weeks Gorda Ridge Working with OET, the SUBSEA (Systematic Underwater Biogeochemical Science and Exploration Analog) Research Program, is a partnership between space and ocean exploration, to address knowledge gaps related to the habitability potential of other planets in our Solar System. Out of this world! Read about the discovery of the new Apollo vent field here.

2018 - EV Nautilus NA101
2018 - EV Nautilus NA101

(Credit Ocean Exploration Trust) Science Manager Pacific Ocean- 2 weeks Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument #canyousayit Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument (PMNM)! This expedition involved the mapping and subsequent ROV dives on enigmatic seamounts located in a poorly explored area of the PMNM. Oh, and we saw a gulper eel!

2010 - RRS James Cook JC042
2010 - RRS James Cook JC042

(Credit NOC) Science Participant Southern Ocean - 6 weeks East Scotia Ridge, vents seeps and whales falls - the cruise that started it all! This was the first expedition of my PhD, my first time on a scientific research vessel and, my first time working with an ROV. Mind blown.

2019 - EV Nautilus NA108
2019 - EV Nautilus NA108

(Credit Ocean Exploration Trust) Watch Leader Pacific Ocean- 2 weeks Gorda Ridge Working with OET, the SUBSEA (Systematic Underwater Biogeochemical Science and Exploration Analog) Research Program, is a partnership between space and ocean exploration, to address knowledge gaps related to the habitability potential of other planets in our Solar System. Out of this world! Read about the discovery of the new Apollo vent field here.

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RESEARCH | EXPEDITIONS

I have spent over 500 days exploring our oceans using deep-submergence technologies and a further 80 days offshore conducting ecological surveys, both 12hr and 24hr operations, around the coast of the UK.

To find out more about the fieldwork I have participated in, click through the gallery above.

 

Many of the images have a link to further online media resources.