The birds are singing

I woke up to the sound of a bird chirping. Warned about how loud this bird might be, it was actually rather pleasant. At a lower frequency, another bird sang with softer but quick screechy tones.

Mt Robert

Mt. Robert has a prominence of roughly 700 m

Jam packed with action, the computer lab was bustling with people making sense of the 15 screens in front of them – it is really just five (maybe). Oh a seamount! Amidst the happy chatter and chirping, we named it Robert. The bird was not happy about Mount Robert and lost its bottom tracking. After freaking out for a while, it finally found the bottom clearing Mount Robert.

Pseudo-Side Scan of Mount Robert

Pseudo-Side Scan of Mount Robert

About 6 hours later, the birds found a hill of roughly 50 m and it was named Soli Hill, after Soli, who first noticed the anomaly. More appropriately known as Soli Hills, it turned out to be more complicated than it seems. Well, all in all, the birds are happy and chirping away.

More about the birds later.

— <a href=”https://scripps.ucsd.edu/expeditions/mist/the-team/#joyce>Joyce</a>