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The Case of the Missing Rumbleometer. A Deep-Ocean Mystery from the New Millennium Observatory at Axial Volcano Part 3 - Movies and Animations. The NOAA research vessel Ron Brown. v. 2. Part 3 - Multimedia.
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The Case of the Missing Rumbleometer A Deep-Ocean Mystery from the New Millennium Observatory at Axial Volcano Part 3 - Movies and Animations The NOAA research vessel Ron Brown v. 2
Part 3 - Multimedia Part 3 of the NeMO Curriculum features six movies and animations related to the rumbleometer story.There is no audio track with any of the movies. Movie 1: A black smoker hydrothermal ventMovie 2: Close up of tubeworms living at a ventMovie 3: View of the rumbleometer stuck on the bottomMovie 4: A virtual fly-through of the rumbleometer areaMovie 5: Animation showing how the rumbleometer got caught in the lava flow, was uplifted, and set back downMovie 6: The rumbleometer rescue
How to play the movies All of the six movies are Quicktime movies. They must be downloaded separately from the “Part 3 - Movies” link at: http://www.pmel.noaa.gov/vents/nemo/education.htmlINSTRUCTIONS:The files must be in a folder called “NeMO_Curr_movies” and this folder must be located in the same location as this Powerpoint file (NeMO_Curr_Part3.ppt). MacIntosh users: Simply click on the images on the following pages to play each movie.PC users: Click on the movie icon in the lower left corner of each page. This will start up the Quicktime Player application outside of Powerpoint in order to play the movie (Quicktime movies will not play within Powerpoint for the PC).Quicktime Player software can be downloaded free at:http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/
Movie 1: A black smoker hydrothermal vent Mac users: click on the image to play the movie PC users: click on the icon below to play the movie View of a high-temperature (342°C) black smoker hydrothermal vent.
Movie 2: Close-up of tubeworms living at a vent Mac users: click on the image to play the movie PC users: click on the icon below to play the movie A close-up view of tubeworms living at a hydrothermal vent.
Movie 3: View of the rumbleometer stuck on the bottom Mac users: click on the image to play the movie PC users: click on the icon below to play the movie Views from ROPOS of the rumbleometer instrument trapped in the new lava flow.
Movie 4: Virtual fly-through of the rumbleometer area Mac users: click on the image to play the movie PC users: click on the icon below to play the movie A computer-generated fly-through movie of the rumbleometer area. Note that the instrument is down in the bottom of a collapsed area.
Movie 5: Animation showing how the rumbleometer got caught in the lava flow and was uplifted and set back down Mac users: click on the image to play the movie PC users: click on the icon below to play the movie A simple animation of the eruption that trapped the rumbleometer instrument.
Movie 6: The rumbleometer rescue Mac users: click on the image to play the movie PC users: click on the icon below to play the movie Movie showing the various stages of the rumbleometer rescue.
Other ways to show the movies If you are unable to get the six videos to download and play within Powerpoint for some reason, you can also try to play them directly off the internet in a web browser. The movies are linked into the web version of the NeMO Curriculum (Part 3) at: http://www.pmel.noaa.gov/vents/nemo/education.html …or you can link directly to each movie at the URL’s listed below: Movie #1 (Black smoker chimney): http://www.pmel.noaa.gov/vents/nemo/education/movies/black_smoker.mov Movie #2 (Tubeworms at a hydrothermal vent): http://www.pmel.noaa.gov/vents/nemo/education/movies/tubeworms.mov Movie #3: (View of the rumbleometer stuck in the lava flow) http://www.pmel.noaa.gov/vents/nemo/education/movies/rumble_view.mov Movie #4: (Virtual fly-through of the Rumbleometer area) http://www.pmel.noaa.gov/vents/nemo/education/movies/rumble_fly.mov Movie #5: (Animation of the lava flow trapping the rumbleometer) http://www.pmel.noaa.gov/vents/nemo/education/movies/lava_anim.mov Movie #6: (The rumbleometer rescue) http://www.pmel.noaa.gov/vents/nemo/education/movies/rumble_rescue.mov You will need the Quicktime Plug-in for your web browser to play the movies, which is available at: http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/
Other multimedia resources There are other multimedia resources related to the rumbleometer, NeMO, and hydrothermal vents at these web sites:The NeMO Explorer site:http://www.pmel.noaa.gov/vents/nemo/explorer.htmlFeaturing additional virtual fly-through movies, panoramas, and video clips from the NeMO Observatory at Axial VolcanoThe NOAA/Vents Video pages:http://www.pmel.noaa.gov/vents/geology/video.htmlFeaturing video highlights from Vents program research including dives with submersibles and remotely operated vehicles.
This is Part 3 of 4 of the NeMO Curriculum, which is available at http://www.pmel.noaa.gov/vents/nemo/education.html The NeMO Curriculum was funded byThe National Science Foundation Geoscience Education Program With additional support from the NOAA Vents Program and Oregon SeaGrant Written by William Chadwick Movies created by Charley Weiland and Clay Hamilton