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Scott Seamount, TAN0802/246
Scott Seamount, TAN0802/246
Description RV Tangaroa station TAN0802/246, IPY-CAML voyage, Scott Seamount (Ross Sea, Antarctica), 155-140 m. Volcanic sand with predatory sun star (Labidiaster annulatus), brittle stars (Ophionotus victoriae) and urchin (Sterechinus antarcticus). Image taken by the National Institute of Water & Atmospheric Research (NIWA) Deep-Towed Imaging System (DTIS).Author NIWA/ DTIS seabed image · JPG file - 3.70 MB - 3888 x 2592 pixelsmore
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Camera Maker: Canon
Camera Model: Canon EOS 400D DIGITAL
Image Title: NIWA DTIS seabed image: NZ CAML-IPY Ross Sea voyage 2008
Original Time Taken: 2008:03:07 16:49:59
Time Digitized: 2008:03:07 16:49:59
Artist: NIWA - David Bowden
Copyright Holder: LINZ-NIWA
Shutter Speed: 1/200 sec
Aperture: f/10
ISO Sensitivity: 200
Exposure Compensation: 0 EV
Metering Mode: Pattern
Flash Fired: Compulsory Flash
Original Width: 3888 pixels
Original Height: 2592 pixels
Orientation: 1: Normal (0 deg)
Focal Length: 24 mm
Focal Length Equivalent in 35mm Film: 39.286485782778
added on 2010-11-091 174 views
WoRMS taxa Sterechinus antarcticus Koehler, 1901Checked: verified by a taxonomic editorchecked Kroh, Andreas 2013-05-24 Ophionotus victoriae Bell, 1902Unreviewed: has not been verified by a taxonomic editor Labidiaster annulatus Sladen, 1889Checked: verified by a taxonomic editorchecked Mah, Christopher 2014-04-04Citation WoRMS Photo Gallery, 2010Download full sizeDownload full size Creative Commons LicenseThis work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 4.0 License
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