1. Demo Reel 2014 - 77th Parallel Productions

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    A sample of our work in 2014: We've traveled to the arctic waters of western Greenland with a team of NASA-funded physical oceanographers, spent a month looking at hydrothermal vents and deep-sea organisms along the Mariana Arc with NOAA scientists, and traveled to the tropical waters of Panama. Our goal is to interact with the scientists as much as possible without interfering with their research, providing in-depth and personal insight on their commitment to elucidating the many mysteries of the ocean. Music by James Andrew Menking

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    • Wiring an Underwater Volcano

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      Debbie Kelley, University of Washington School of Oceanography Jesse Turner, University of Washington Katie Bigham, University of Washington Over 70% of Earth’s volcanism occurs deep beneath the ocean’s surface. Here, heat and chemicals drive one of the most extreme environments known, hydrothermal vents, where life thrives in the absence of sunlight at temperatures >250°F. The need for continuous data to understand these ever changing habitats as led to the wiring of the largest submarine volcano off the coast of Oregon, called Axial Seamount. Here, a sophisticated network of high-power fiber optic cables now brings the internet into our oceans, creating the world’s most advanced underwater volcanic observatory. Specially designed instruments monitor the heartbeat of the volcano, the boiling fluids, and the strange life forms that inhabit these amazing oases. All information, streamed live back to shore, will soon be accessible to people around the world, helping to create a shared consciousness about the oceans. Original Publication: Establishing a new era of submarine volcanic observatories: Cabling Axial Seamount and the Endeavour Segment of the Juan de Fuca Ridge

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      • Tubeworm Sampling

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        Informative short on an instrument being deployed for Ocean Network Canada's Wiring the Abyss expedition in June 2013. Underwater footage selected from Oceanneering's ROV Millennium Plus captured footage. Graphics by Ed McNichol.

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        • Ocean Alive!

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          Ocean Alive! shares some of the most exciting research taking place in the Northeast Pacific Ocean and Salish Sea—up to 300 kilometres off shore and 3000 metres deep, coming to us via the world-leading NEPTUNE and VENUS cabled ocean observatories. Join host Sarika Cullis-Suzuki, visiting scientist at Ocean Networks Canada, as she shares the latest ocean technology and research that is helping us all to better understand the watery world beneath the surface of the ocean. Check out more cool videos on ONC's website: oceannetworks.ca/sights-sounds/video Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/ocean_networks Like us on Facebook: facebook.com/OceanNetworksCanada For new videos subscribe here! youtube.com/user/OceanNetworksCanada

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          • Ocean Robots: Hydrothermal Vents

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            Since they were discovered in the East Pacific in 1977, hydrothermal vents have captivated scientists and the public alike. New search methods using underwater robots are helping discover vent sites around the world.

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            • Volcanoes of the Deep Sea - THEATRICAL TRAILER [HD]

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              Narrated by Ed Harris. VOLCANOES OF THE DEEP SEA is a giant screen science adventure that will plunge audiences into the ocean 12,000 feet deep for an unprecedented experience of this vast and little-explored dimension of our planet.

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              • Endeavour Hydrothermal Vents

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                Highlight dive videos from Ocean Networks Canada's 2010-2012 expeditions to the Endeavour segment of the Juan de Fuca ridge! Check out more cool videos on ONC's web site! oceannetworks.ca/sights-sounds/video Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/ocean_networks Like us on Facebook: facebook.com/OceanNetworksCanada For new videos subscribe here! youtube.com/user/OceanNetworksCanada

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                • Ocean Alive! Trailer

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                  Ocean Alive! shares some of the most exciting research taking place in the Northeast Pacific Ocean and Salish Sea—up to 300 kilometres off shore and 3000 metres deep. And it comes to us via the world-leading NEPTUNE and VENUS cabled ocean observatories. The observatories provide continuous data from hundreds of scientific sensors—including seismometers, hydrophones and live-streaming video cameras—on the seafloor, the surface and throughout the water column. Join host Sarika Cullis-Suzuki, visiting scientist at Ocean Networks Canada, as she shares the latest ocean technology and research that is helping us all to better understand the watery world beneath the surface of the ocean.

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                  • Endeavour: Mooring Deployment to the Seafloor

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                    Day 3 at the Endeavour segment of Wiring the Abyss 2012. Exciting things are happening as ROPOS guides the final mooring into place on the seafloor! Check out other awesome videos on ONC's website http://www.oceannetworks.ca/sights-sounds/video

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                    • Journey to the Abyss

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                      More people have been into outer space than to the bottom of the ocean, a habitat that is 11 times larger than all the world's other habitats put together! Journey to the Abyss is an adventure into the ocean's depths. Discover hydrothermal vents and some of the remarkable creatures that inhabit these deep waters, some more than 3km below sea level. Containing more than 90 real deep-sea specimens, the exhibition is based on the South Australian Museum's own collections. These are rarely seen items, many of which have never been out on public display. *Professor Suzanne Miller was Director of the Museum from 2007 to June 2013. This video was created by Sam Collins Media.

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