Video: Deep sea wonders of the Caribbean

Oceans

Deep Sea Wonders of the Caribbean is a five-part video series that promotes awareness of the Caribbean’s deep oceans. It features footage from an expedition by the E/V Nautilus, which was led by the renowned Professor Robert Ballard. The project which was conceptualised by marine biologist, Dr. Judith Gobin who was invited onboard the ship, was executed by Trinidad and Tobago’s National Institute of Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology (NIHERST) in collaboration with The University of the West Indies (UWI) and the Caribbean Council for Science and Technology (CCST).

The first episode of the series is Exploring the Deep Wilderness, an introduction to deep sea exploration in the Caribbean.

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