The road leading to the continent of Atlantis is discovered

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The road leading to the continent of Atlantis is discovered!
La route menant au continent de l’Atlantide est découverte!
Die Straße, die zum Kontinent Atlantis führt, wird entdeck!

De weg die leidt naar het continent Atlantis is ontdekt

Обнаружена дорога, ведущая к континенту Атлантида!
Le navire d’exploration Nautilus, qui enquêtait sur la crête de Liliuokalani, un monument national de l’océan Papahanaumokuakea dans l’océan Pacifique, a été témoin d’un étrange paysage au fond de la mer !
The Nautilus exploration vessel, which was investigating the Liliuokalani Ridge, a national monument to the Papahanaumokuakea Ocean in the Pacific Ocean, witnessed a strange landscape on the seabed!
Das Erkundungsschiff Nautilus, das den Liliuokalani-Rücken untersuchte, ein nationales Monument des Papahanaumokuakea-Ozeans im Pazifischen Ozean, wurde Zeuge einer seltsamen Landschaft auf dem Meeresboden!
Utforskningsfartyget Nautilus, som undersökte Liliuokalani Ridge, ett nationellt monument till Papahanaumokuakea-havet i Stilla havet, bevittnade ett märkligt landskap på havsbotten!

Road to the continent of Atlantis

* Quoted / reprinted from YouTube / EV Nautilus. What may look like a “yellow brick road” to the mythical city of Atlantis is really an example of ancient active volcanic geology! At the summit of Nootka Seamount, the team spotted a “dried lake bed” formation, now IDed as a fractured flow of hyaloclastite rock (a volcanic rock formed in high-energy eruptions where many rock fragments settle to the seabed).
The unique 90 -degree fractures are likely related to heating and cooling stress from multiple eruptions at this baked margin. Throughout the seamount chain, the team also sampled basalts coated with ferromanganese (iron-manganese) crusts from across different depths and oxygen saturations as well as an interesting -looking pumice rock that almost resembled a sponge. Our exploration of this never-before-surveyed area is helping researchers take a deeper look at life on and within the rocky slopes of these deep, ancient seamounts.
Scientists are studying the microbial communities residing within the ferromanganese crusts found over rock surfaces and how the These studies will help provide baseline information on the living communities of seamounts which can inform management and conservation measures.
Characteristics of the crusts vary from region to region in ocean basins as well the microorganisms that live on and within them.
Learn more about this expedition funded by NOAA Ocean Exploration via the Ocean Exploration Cooperative Institute with additional support from the NOAA Office of National Marine Sanctuaries: – E / V Nautilus is exploring unknown regions of the ocean seeking out new discoveries in biology, geology, and archaeology.
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