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ALVIN 305-306 A Alvin dives 305 and 306 October 6-7, 1968. Pilot Wilson, night recovery, and Bland, night launch, Observers Haedrich, horn, Teal, and Shores. Deep scattering layers, 1968-10-06 - 1968-10-07

 Item — Shelf: FV5, F, 01
Identifier: 30120005201

Scope and Contents

ALVIN 305-306 A Alvin dives 305 and 306 October 6-7, 1968. Pilot Wilson, night recovery, and Bland, night launch, Observers Haedrich, horn, Teal, and Shores. Deep scattering layers. The runtime for this video is 07m 30s.

Alvin dive 305 took place on October 06, 1968 during voyage LU-26. The Chief Scientist was R. Backus in the operating area of Continental Slope. The HOV reached a depth of 305 meters. The purpose was described as 'BIOLOGY' and the sponsor as 'ONR'.

Alvin dive 306 took place on October 07, 1968 during voyage LU-26. The Chief Scientist was R. Backus in the operating area of Continental Slope. The HOV reached a depth of 306 meters. The purpose was described as 'BIOLOGY' and the sponsor as 'ONR'.

Dates

  • 1968-10-06 - 1968-10-07

Conditions Governing Access

Original recordings are restricted for preservation reasons. Contact Institution Archivist for access options.

Extent

1 reel : 16mm, 400 ft.

Language

From the Record Group: English

General

This project was supported by a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). The grant program is made possible by funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Repository Details

Part of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Data Library and Archives Repository

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