Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Greenpeace-Submarine-in-the-Antarctic-27MZIFJXEOPAL.htmlConceptually similarGreenpeace Submarine in the AntarcticGP0STRHW3Completed★★★★★Submarine Launched in the AntarcticGP0STRHW7Completed★★★★Kenneth Lowyck in Submarine in AntarcticaGP0STRHW8Completed★★★★Kenneth Lowyck in Submarine in AntarcticaGP0STRJ7SCompleted★★★★Dr. Susanne Lockhart and Submarine Pilot John Hocevar in AntarcticaGP0STRH5HCompleted★★★★Greenpeace Submarine Emerging from Antarctic WatersGP0STRHYZCompleted★★★★Dr. Susanne Lockhart and John Hocevar Submarine Safety Check in AntarcticaGP0STRH0WCompleted★★★★Greenpeace Submarine Emerging from Antarctic WatersGP0STRHYWCompleted★★★★★Dr. Susanne Lockhart and John Hocevar Submarine Safety Check in AntarcticaGP0STRH0YCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STRHW5Greenpeace Submarine in the AntarcticDr. Susanne Lockhart and submarine pilot Kenneth Lowyck sitting in a submarine outside Joinville Island in the Antarctic Sound at the opening of the Weddell Sea. Greenpeace is conducting submarine-based scientific research to strengthen the proposal to create the largest protected area on the planet, an Antarctic Ocean Sanctuary.Locations:Antarctic-Antarctic Sound-Joinville IslandDate:20 Jan, 2018Credit:© Christian Åslund / GreenpeaceMaximum size:6093px X 4066pxKeywords:Day-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (topography)-Outdoors-Protect the Antarctic (campaign title)-Research-Submarines-Underwater shots-Underwater vesselsShoot:Antarctic Ship Tour - Leg One - Photos by Christian ÅslundGreenpeace is on a three-month expedition to the Antarctic to carry out scientific research, including seafloor submarine dives and sampling for plastic pollution, to highlight the urgent need for the creation of a 1.8 million square kilometre Antarctic Ocean Sanctuary to safeguard species like whales and penguins.