August 12 photos

Encased in a protective plastic housing called a hard hat, dozens of glass spheres assist with floatation. (Rick Krishfield, WHOI)
The two-ton train wheel anchor goes in.  The pair of releases and a bottom pressure recorder can be seen in its chute.  (Rick Krishfield, WHOI)
With the help of Winchman Ed Bridgeman, Steve Lambert (WHOI) installs the upward-looking sonar into the large floatation sphere.  (Rick Krishfield, WHOI)
Nothing like a little ice to start the day. (Steve Lambert, WHOI)
The sediment trap and an MMP being lowered into the dead calm Beaufort Sea. (Steve Lambert, WHOI)
A beautifully calm morning. (Steve Lambert, WHOI)
Quartermaster Barney Noseworthy keeps a watchful eye from the bridge. (Steve Lambert, WHOI)
The final piece: a water sampler, pinger and the upper floatation sphere finish the mooring. (Steve Lambert, WHOI)
To end the day, Captain McNeill and Ben Powell (Bangor U) play a few tunes in the lounge. (Steve Lambert, WHOI)

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