Your browser does not support this video. Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Submarine-Research-Large-Underwater-Canyons--27MZIFVUMKHU.htmlConceptually similarOctopus in the Bering SeaGP0STOMN2Completed★★★★Launching of SubmarineGP03IKHCompleted★★★★Underwater Trawlers Net DamageGP03IURCompleted★★★★Bottom Trawling Damage in the Bering SeaGP0STOIKKCompleted★★★★Bering Sea Submarine Dives CLIPREELGP0STOHXQCompleted★★★★Underwater Canyons FootageGP03IUNCompleted★★★★Bottom Trawling Damage in the Bering SeaGP0STOIJ4Completed★★★★Submarine RetrievalGP03IRWCompleted★★★★Interview with John Hocevar, Bering Sea CanyonsGP0STOSRWCompleted★★★★View AllGP04L4RSubmarine Research Large Underwater Canyons Greenpeace is researching the world's largest underwater canyons at the bottom of the Bering Sea using a Waitt Institute submarine. The Pribiloff and Zhemchug canyons are known as the "Grand Canyons of the Sea," yet little is known about the diversity and distribution of life on the sea floor. Today, overfishing and destructive fishing methods like trawling are damaging these canyons and threatening the food supply for marine mammals, birds and Native communities who depend on the marine ecosystem. Learn more at http://beringseacanyons.org/Locations:Alaska-Arctic-Bering Sea-North America-Pribilof Islands-United States of AmericaDate:16 Jul, 2012Credit:© GreenpeaceDuration:2m34sAudio format:Final MixProduction Type :WEB VIDEOKeywords:Bottom trawlers-Bottom Trawling-Climate (campaign title)-Corals-Educational and research equipment-Fish-Fisheries-Fishing (Industry)-Greenpeace staff-KWCI (GPI)-Marine Reserves (campaign title)-MY Esperanza-Oceans (campaign title)-Oceans (topography)-Offshore drilling-Oil (Industry)-Rays (fish)-Research-Save the Arctic (campaign title)-Science-Scientists-Seabeds-Sponges-Submarines-Submersibles-Underwater shotsShoot:"Save the Arctic" Alaskan TourThe Alaskan Arctic Expedition highlights the need to save the Arctic from attempts by oil companies to exploit the region’s resources for short term profit. The MY Esperanza will document what's at stake in the region whilst committing to a wider objective of protecting the Arctic and creating a sanctuary around the North Pole.