Monday, July 8, 2019
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Two graduate students at Idaho State University earlier this month helped discover a new ocean vent field on the deep-ocean floor off the coast of Oregon, a finding that has implications for searching for life on other planets.
Doctoral student Ashley Shields and master’s student Angela Garcia helped discover the new hydrothermal field at Gorda Ridge, while working with NASA’s Systematic Underwater Biogeochemical Science and Exploration Analog (SUBSEA) Research Program team. The new field has been named the Apollo Vent Field. The students work under Shannon Kobs Nawotniak, ISU geosciences associate professor.  Read More