Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Clearing-Snow-from-the-Submarine-Cockpit-in-Antarctica-27MZIFJXPZON2.htmlConceptually similarDr. Susanne Lockhart and Submarine Pilot John Hocevar in AntarcticaGP0STRH5HCompleted★★★★Greenpeace Submarine Emerging from Antarctic WatersGP0STRHYVCompleted★★★★Sandra Schoettner and Kenneth Lowyck in Submarine in AntarcticaGP0STRISACompleted★★★★Sandra Schoettner and Kenneth Lowyck in Submarine in the AntarcticGP0STRISCCompleted★★★★John Hocevar in the Greenpeace Submarine in AntarcticaGP0STRJ88Completed★★★★Dr. Susanne Lockhart and Submarine Pilot John Hocevar in AntarcticaGP0STRH5ECompleted★★★★Dr. Susanne Lockhart and Submarine Pilot John Hocevar in AntarcticaGP0STRH5JCompleted★★★★★★Kenneth Lowyck in Submarine in AntarcticaGP0STRHW8Completed★★★★Greenpeace Submarine Emerging from Antarctic WatersGP0STRHYWCompleted★★★★★View AllGP0STRH5GClearing Snow from the Submarine Cockpit in AntarcticaA submersible technician wiping away the snow from the cockpit for submarine pilot John Hocevar, Director of Oceans for Greenpeace USA, sitting in a two person submarine about to be launched from Greenpeace ship the Arctic Sunrise. Greenpeace is conducting submarine-based scientific research to strengthen the proposal to create the largest protected area on the planet, an Antarctic Ocean Sanctuary.Locations:Antarctic-Antarctic SoundDate:19 Jan, 2018Credit:© Christian Åslund / GreenpeaceMaximum size:7442px X 4961pxKeywords:Day-Greenpeace crew-Greenpeace staff-Ice-KWCI (GPI)-Men-Outdoors-Protect the Antarctic (campaign title)-Snow-Submarines-Underwater vessels-WomenShoot:Antarctic Ship Tour - Leg One - Photos by Christian ÅslundGreenpeace is on a three-month expedition to the Antarctic to carry out scientific research, including seafloor submarine dives and sampling for plastic pollution, to highlight the urgent need for the creation of a 1.8 million square kilometre Antarctic Ocean Sanctuary to safeguard species like whales and penguins.