Just a quick update as we've re-docked to pick up more gear for the next phase of the ocean-bottom seismometer deployment. As we arrived into the harbour, the fog was dense and visibility was minimal. There was a somewhat eerie feeling; buoys ringing in the distance and the ship's foghorn calling across the estuary.
We have been temporarily blessed with fast internet, so I've been able to upload a video of one of our deployments from the past few days:
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