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Scuba divers entering the water from a boat.
Date Taken:
May 10, 2017
Photograph By:
Maggie Amsler, NSF

Scientific divers, Chuck Amsler (left, in red) and Sabrina Heiser (right, in black) enter the water from Rigil, a Rigid Hull Inflatable Boat (RHIB) used at Palmer Station. The science team is studying the chemical ecology of marine macroalgae and invertebrates. This project is under the direction of biologists Chuck Amsler, Bill Baker and James McClintock. 

This photo captured the first science event using a RHIB at Palmer Station.

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