RV Laurence M. Gould is an icebreaker used by researchers from the United States' National Science Foundation. for research in the Southern Ocean.
Laurence McKinley Gould (August 22, 1896 – June 21, 1995) was an American geologist, ... His namesakes include the research vessel Laurence M. Gould as well as Antarctic features including Gould Bay, Gould Coast, and Mount Gould.
Palmer Station personnel untie the R/V L.M. Gould from the Palmer Station pier. ( NSF photo by Bob DeValentino). The R/V Laurence M.Gould, was built in 1997 ...
Oceanographic research ship Laurence M. Gould (USA). Detailed information on ship capabilities available from University of Delaware's Ocean Information ...
The USAP Portal: Science and Support in Antarctica. Laurence M. Gould - Systems and Specifications.
Vessel details: LAURENCE M.GOULD. Discover the vessel's basic Details, including the vessel IMO / vessel MMSI and vessel Call Sign. Type: Icebreaker ...
Vessel, Country, Map, Ports, Dates of Operation, Frequency of Repeat, PI/Chief Scientist, Measurements, Data, Project Link. R.V.I.B. Laurence M. Gould 2018 ...
Lawrence M. Gould, Self: With Byrd at the South Pole. Lawrence M. Gould was born on August 22, 1896 in Lacota, Michigan, USA as Laurence McKinley Gould.
The christening/dedication of the Laurence M. Gould (LMG) at the North American Shipbuilders yard in La Rose, Louisiana, on 9 October 1997. The vessel was ...