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  1. The Pelican is docked in Cocodrie, La. following a two day research trip on the Gulf of Mexico. photo by Crystal LoGiudice/LSU

  2. Laura Pride, left, and Ana Cristina Garcia, 24, a second year masters student in Oceanography at LSU, rest in between stations aboard the Pelican. photo by Crystal LoGiudice/LSU

  3. Melissa Baustian, 28, a 4th year PhD student at LSU in oceanography and coastal sciences, left, laughs with Laura Pride as the ship makes its way back to dock in Cocodrie, La. from a two day research trip on the Gulf of Mexico. photo by Crystal LoGiudice/LSU

  4. Charlie Milan, a research associate at LSU, watches the sun rise as the Pelican stops at the first station of the day. photo by Crystal LoGiudice/LSU

  5. A seagull catches a fish as it follows behind the Pelican as the ship makes its way back to dock in Cocodrie, La. from a two day research trip on the Gulf of Mexico. photo by Crystal LoGiudice/LSU

  6. The sun rises over the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Louisiana as the Pelican makes its way to the first station on the second day of a two day research trip. photo by Crystal LoGiudice/LSU

  7. Ana Cristina Garcia, 24, a second year masters student in oceanography at LSU laughs as she fills her plate with breakfast food aboard the Pelican during a two day research trip on the Gulf of Mexico. photo by Crystal LoGiudice/LSU

  8. Danielle Richardi, 38, a masters student in marine and environmental biology at Nicholls records data collected after filtering water collected from the Gulf of Mexico for chlorophyll. photo by Crystal LoGiudice/LSU

  9. Danielle Richardi, a Masters student in Marine and Environmental Biology at Nicholls, waits to take water samples at one of several stations. photo by Crystal LoGiudice/LSU

  10. Ana Cristina Garcia, 24, a second year masters student in oceanography, pulls a net from the water after completing a net tow where Garcia will get a concentrated sample of seawater containing a higher number of plankton. photo by Crystal LoGiudice/LSU

  11. Danielle Richardi, 38, a masters student in marine and environmental biology at Nicholls, prepares to filter water collected from the Gulf of Mexico at one of the stations for chlorophyll. photo by Crystal LoGiudice/LSU

  12. A wave crashes along the back of the ship as Barry Lasseigne, left, holds the instrument used for box coring in place while Melissa Baustian, right, an LSU Ph.D. student in oceanography and coastal sciences, and Danielle Richardi, center, a Nicholls masters student in marine and environmental biology, scoop out samples of mud obtained from the floor of the Gulf of Mexico. photo by Crystal LoGiudice/LSU