Manned Submersibles as Ocean Teaching Tools

Posted: August 27, 2013  |  By: Erika Bergman [National Geographic]

Far beyond the limits of human anatomy, protected from the crushing pressures and frigid temperatures of the abyss, I look out over the seascape before me in awe. Diving in manned submersibles fuels my passion to venture beyond the realm of our natural environment. It also appears to be a wonderfully engaging incentive for an up and coming generation of oceanographers.

When I return from the deep, I come back with more than just visual observations but sensations of sound, physical feeling, mental maps and sometimes very personal encounters with marine organisms. These experiences are the tools I utilize to translate abstract ocean concepts into something tangible, even thrilling for an audience with little knowledge of deep sea dynamics.

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You could now take the Titanic experience in your home, well for the batthub experience at least since there are now available for you to enjoy those tubs right at the comfort of your home.

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