Surviving Typhoons
7 Jan 2015
Grossman found an amphipod (pictured at left), and then found one inside of a translucent chaetognath (pictured at right) during a feeding frenzy in one of the typhoons. The chaetognath runs from top...
Type: Photo
26 Nov 2014
The deep ocean seems so remote that it is difficult to imagine any sort of human-generated change making an impact on deep-sea life. It is even more difficult to collect or examine evidence from the...
Type: News Article
Neoverruca Population
26 Nov 2014
A population of Neoverruca barnacles in their deep sea ecosystem (Photo: JAMSTEC).
Type: Photo
Map of Ocean Troughs
26 Nov 2014
A map that Yuichi Nakajima created to show the two sampling sites, each marked in red with a small circle.
Type: Photo
Barnacle Species
26 Nov 2014
Two Neoverruca barnacles. The white scale bar measures one centimeter in length. (Photo: Hiromi Watanabe and JAMSTEC)
Type: Photo
10 Oct 2014
New research has been published in Marine Biology on the long term population dynamics of the Crown-of-Thorns...
Type: News Article
10 Oct 2014
Masako Nakamura displaying juvenile Crown-of-Thorns at OIST.
Type: Photo
29 May 2014
A paper by Dr. Masako Nakamura of the OIST Marine Biophysics Unit on the ecology of a deep-sea limpet called Lepetodrilus nuxon has been published...
Type: News Article
Hydrothermal Vents
18 Apr 2014
Hydrothermal Vents (Permission required by JAMSTEC for reproduction)
Type: Photo
Masako Nakamura
18 Apr 2014
Masako Nakamura
Type: Photo
One of Deep-sea limpets, Lepetodrilus nux 
18 Apr 2014
One of Deep-sea limpets, Lepetodrilus nux
Type: Photo
Benthos living near the hydrothermal vent
18 Apr 2014
Benthos living near the hydrothermal vent (Permission required by JAMSTEC for reproduction)
Type: Photo
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