August 2 photos

Helicopter pilot Chris Swannell, Rick Krishfield and John Kemp (WHOI), and Ice Observer Roger Provost depart for reconnaissance to assess the status of the ITP 33 surface float and floe. (Mary-Louise Timmermans)
John Kemp straddles the ITP surface float to attach a tether for recovery. (Rick Krishfield)
ITP 33 surface float alongside the Louis just before the Captain maneuvered the ship to break it out of the ice floe.
(Steve Lambert)
The ITP surface float free from the ice floe. (Mary-Louise Timmermans)
Seaman Barney Noseworthy hooks the tether on the float. This is necessary because of the high freeboard (10 m) of the Louis S. St-Laurent foredeck above the water. (Mary-Louise Timmermans)
ITP 33 is hauled on board. (Mary-Louise Timmermans)
Boatswain Rico Amamio holds up the wire end - with no profiler. (Mary-Louise Timmermans)
Mike Dempsey and Kelly Young (IOS) tie the bag of styrofoam cups to the Rosette frame. (Mary-Louise Timmermans)
Mike Dempsey in the main science lab opens the bag of tiny cups. (Mary-Louise Timmermans)
A shrunken cup after its ride on the Rosette to the bottom of the Arctic Ocean. (Mary-Louise Timmermans)

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