Astrid Schnetzer: Doing Research With "Alvin" - 5000 Feet Beneath the Ocean's Surface

bridges vol. 5, April 2005 / News from the Network
by Caroline Adenberger

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Astrid Schnetzer has to commute to her working environment, as so many others do. One way takes her about two hours, but there are some significant differences compared to other commuters: The vehicle she's commuting with is a "Deep Submergence Vehicle" nicknamed "Alvin," and it carries her into the depths of the Pacific Ocean.


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