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Russell, Craig

Overview
Works: 4 works in 4 publications in 2 languages and 25 library holdings
Genres: Fiction  Detective and mystery fiction  Observations  Photographs  Science films  Internet videos  Maps  Suspense fiction 
Roles: Author, Originator
Classifications: PR6118.U87, 823.92
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works by Craig Russell
Blood eagle by Craig Russell( Book )

1 edition published in 2005 in Spanish and held by 22 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"The message was sent to Kriminalhauptkommissar Fabel by email." "'Time is strange is it not? I write and you read and we share the same moment. Yet, as I write this, Herr Hauptkommissar, you sleep and my next victim still lives. As you read it, she is already dead. Our dance continues...'" "The same gruesome ritualistic method of killing. The same mocking tone in the emails. It all points to the same killer. But there is no precise evidence to link the two cases, except for the tantalising email." "In his first crime novel, Craig Russell introduces us to a new detective hero, Jan Fabel - half-Scottish, half-German, a man of conscience and imagination." "Russell has also created a richly textured scenario where the City of Hamburg plays a central role - a city of contrasts and shadows. A city where the old Germany combines increasingly with the new, where gangs from Turkey and the Ukraine battle for supremacy." "Fabel's desperate attempt to solve the case before more victims are discovered, gradually uncovers layer upon layer of intrigue. How can he track a murderer who leaves no trail, whose victims seem purposefully random and whose motive reaches far beyond greed and lust, into the darkest recesses of the human soul?"--BOOK JACKET
Gulf of Mexico 2012 Expedition( Visual )

1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

"The Gulf of Mexico has been major a geographic focus for U.S. exploration and research for decades. While the large majority of past efforts have examined relatively shallow waters, a number of agencies and organizations have worked in deep areas. The National Science Foundation, NOAA, and Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) have easily sponsored dozens of cruises. A long-term partnership between NOAA's Office of Ocean Exploration and Research (OER) and the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management alone resulted in more than nine expeditions since 2004 (e.g., Deep Gulf Shipwrecks of World War II, Expedition to the Deep Slope, and Lophelia II). Despite these important efforts, we often overestimate our fundamental understanding of the deep sea environment. The critical need for even basic information about deep-water habitats in the Gulf of Mexico was frequently highlighted in the wake of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon accident. The purpose of this expedition is to help reduce that large unknown. We will focus on water column and deep unexplored diversity of benthic environments in the northern Gulf of Mexico region. We expect to explore cold seeps, deep coral communities, undersea canyons, shipwrecks - perhaps even mud volcanoes and brine pools. From March to April 2012, a team of scientists and technicians both at-sea and on shore will conduct exploratory investigations on the diversity and distribution of deep-sea habitats and marine life in the northern Gulf of Mexico. We expect to have a live-internet connection to allow the world public to 'join' the team in making real-time discoveries from hundreds to thousands of meters below the ocean surface. The 56-day expedition is divided into three 'legs and includes operations in 1) DeSoto, Mississippi, and Green Canyon areas; 2) areas in the vicinity of the Deepwater Horizon site; and 3) the West Florida Escarpment"--Expedition's home page - Mission Plan
Okeanos Explorer EX-11-02 ROV and camera sled integration and shakedown, between April 4 and April 28( )

1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Galapágos Rift Expedition 2011, June 8 - July 28, 2011 GALREX2011( )

1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Collection of 1,305 digital video clips (MOV); 26 digital video highlights (MOV); 1,809 digital images (JPEG); 142 image highlights; digital map of investigated area; cruise and dive summary reports (PDF); event logs; education lesson plans; scientific essays; and the expedition's websites. Expedition's overview: From June 8 - July 28, 2011, a team of scientists and technicians both at-sea and on shore conducted exploratory investigations on the diversity and distribution of deep-sea habitats and marine life in the vicinity of the Galápagos Islands. The 50-day expedition is divided into two "legs" and includes work in Ecuador, Costa Rica, and international waters. Multibeam mapping and water column (CTD) information collected during Leg I (June 8 - July 2, 2011) identified a number of exciting targets to explore with the Institute for Exploration's Little Hercules ROV during Leg II (July 2 - 28, 2011). Nightime operations consisted of vertical CTD casts and multibeam data collection. Between July 11 and July 28, the ship explored seamounts, the oldest known vent fields, off-axis sulfide mounds, deep fracture zones, and newly-discovered vents. The expedition also marks the debut of a new camera sled and lighting platform named Seirios. When deployed from the ship with the Little Hercules, provided scientists and the audiences onshore with the very first video footage from a number of deepwater areas around the Galápagos; Oceanographic data collected during the EX1103 Leg 1 (Mapping, CTD and Tow-yo) expedition on the NOAA Ship OKEANOS EXPLORER in Galápagos Islands and North Pacific Ocean (NODC Accession 0075149); Oceanographic data collected during the EX1103 Leg 2 (ROV, Mapping and CTD) expedition on the NOAA Ship OKEANOS EXPLORER in Galápagos Islands and North Pacific Ocean (NODC Accession 0075150) - available via NODC Ocean Archive system at: http://accession.nodc.noaa.gov/0075149,0075150 ; Equivalent of 1305 video clips in high resolution may be requested via the National Oceanographic Data Center Customer Service at http://www.nodc.noaa.gov/General/NODC-About/contact.html
 
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