Posts by martin

Mission Day: Ten, Eleven and Twelve

After 9 mission days, we have fallen into a really good sync; both dive teams.  The other entities are still...

Mission Day: Seven, Eight and Nine

The pace has not slowed down!  In fact It has intensified.  Yesterday Todd, Sue and I hit the boat at...

Mission Day: Four, Five and Six

Mission days 4-5-6  It’s an absolutely insanely paced expedition!  We have 20 scientists, two submarines with support crews of...

Mission Day: One, Two and Three

It has been whirlwind since I arrived in Bermuda on Tuesday at 3pm.  Arriving at the Baseline Explorer I had...

The Countdown Has Begun – Expedition Bermuda

The Countdown Has Begun – Expedition Bermuda

On July 18, New Millennium diver, Martin McClellan will be joining Global Underwater Explorer’s (GUE) Project Baseline mission to Bermuda. ...

Abalone Diving, Secret Cove – Gualala, California – Mike B., Ian B, and Martin – 10-12 June, 2016

It is never an easy thing coordinating three separate lives to come together for a weekend adventure but Mike, Ian...

University of Nevada and USGS – Nearshore Pilot Monitoring Project – Periphyton Replication Project – Ward Creek study site

An exciting thing about being involved with Project Baseline: Lake Tahoe is that as time has moved forward from that...

New Millennium’s, Project Baseline Lake Tahoe has an incredible day at the lake. 26 September 2015

It was a great day on Tahoe both from the production standpoint as well as the weather.  NMDE divers Marc...

NMDE/Project Baseline: Tahoe, 30 August 2015 – Sand Harbor – Station Evaluation

Today, NMDE members Martin M. and Vanessa B. headed out to Sand Harbor to “get wet”, check out our Project...

Cal Neva/Stateline Point – 150′ transect north and attached algae (periphyton) sample collection

Stateline Point, on the Nevada/California Border (just below the CalNeva Hotel): Lake Tahoe looking Southeast  On Wednesday 5 August, 2015,...