Doug Bartlett

Scripps Institution of Oceanography

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Professor of Marine Microbial Genetics at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, and chief scientist for the Deepsea Challenge program

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The director of Titanic and Avatar has now been where only two others have been before -- to the deepest place in the ocean, 35,000 feet below the surface, lower than Mount Everest is…

James Cameron's Journey to the Bottom of the Sea

The director of Titanic and Avatar has now been where only two others have been before -- to the deepest place in the ocean, 35,000 feet below the surface, lower than Mount Everest is…

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