Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Crew-Member-on-Arctic-Sunrise-Acoustic-Research-Tour-27MZIFJXXP2U7.htmlConceptually similarAcoustic Research Conducted near the US Atlantic CoastGP0STR794Completed★★★★Acoustic Research Conducted near the US Atlantic CoastGP0STR79ICompleted★★★★Acoustic Research Conducted near the US Atlantic CoastGP0STR7B2Completed★★★★Acoustic Research Conducted near the US Atlantic CoastGP0STR7B1Completed★★★★★★Acoustic Research Conducted near the US Atlantic CoastGP0STR7B3Completed★★★★★★Acoustic Research Conducted near the US Atlantic CoastGP0STR79ECompleted★★★★Acoustic Research Conducted near the US Atlantic CoastGP0STR79FCompleted★★★★★★Acoustic Research Conducted near the US Atlantic CoastGP0STR79JCompleted★★★★Acoustic Research Conducted near the US Atlantic CoastGP0STR79KCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STR9I0Crew Member on Arctic Sunrise Acoustic Research TourArctic Sunrise crew member and 2nd mate Raphael Schmiedebach by the pilot door on the Arctic Sunrise. While the Arctic Sunrise traveled between Virginia and North Carolina, Greenpeace partnered with researchers from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography and the Whale Acoustics Laboratory to deploy acoustic monitoring equipment that will help estimate sound exposure levels on marine mammals including whales and dolphins. This research will help in understanding the impact of seismic blasting and ocean noise in the Atlantic Ocean which the Trump administration wants to sell off to oil and gas companies. The Arctic Sunrise is on an Atlantic Coast Tour.Locations:Atlantic Ocean-North Carolina-United States of AmericaDate:25 Oct, 2017Credit:© Tim Aubry / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3242px X 3709pxKeywords:Day-Eye contact-Greenpeace crew-High angle view-KWCI (GPI)-Men-MY Arctic Sunrise-Oceans (campaign title)-One person-Outdoors-ResearchShoot:Arctic Sunrise US Atlantic Coast TourGreenpeace’s historic ship, the Arctic Sunrise, begins a month long tour along the Atlantic Coast in the United States. The tour focuses on the urgent issue of single-use plastics and microplastics in our waters, and the need to protect our coasts and climate from seismic blasting and offshore oil drilling.