Join HROV Nereus 8,000 Meters Deep, Live in the Kermadec Trench

by Owen James Burke


Nereus, the Woods Hole Institute’s hybrid remotely operated vehicle (HROV), is currently on an expedition at the southern end of the Kermadec Trench, an 8,000-meter deep depression in the ocean created by the subduction of the Pacific plate beneath the Indo-Australian plate. Thanks to the advent of modern technology, you too can watch along with the research team and witness its findingsĀ here and now, live.


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