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Press Release 12-053
Expedition to Undersea Mountain Yields New Information About Sub-Seafloor Structure

Integrated Ocean Drilling Program geologists investigate seamount that formed in unusual way

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Map of the Atlantis Massif showing the fault that borders this Atlantic Ocean seamount.

Atlantis Massif, showing the fault that borders this Atlantic Ocean seamount.

Credit: NOAA


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Map of IODP expedition undersea sampling sites at Atlantis Massif.

Map of IODP expedition undersea sampling sites at Atlantis Massif.

Credit: IODP


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Photo of co-chief scientists Donna Blackman and Alistair Harding looking across the rig floor.

Expedition co-chief scientists Donna Blackman and Alistair Harding look across the rig floor.

Credit: William Crawford, IODP/TAMU


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Map of the Atlantis Massif showing the location of its Lost City hydrothermal vents.

An alternate view of Atlantis Massif, showing the location of its Lost City hydrothermal vents.

Credit: NOAA


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Photo of crewmembers preparing a low-light camera for a look at the Atlantis Massif.

Crewmembers prepare a low-light camera for a look at the Atlantis Massif.

Credit: Geetika Kapoor, IODP-USIO


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Photo of scientists pre-testing equipment before a vertical seismic profiling experiment.

Scientists pre-test equipment before a vertical seismic profiling experiment.

Credit: William Crawford, IODP-USIO/TAMU


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