Rhinochimera from Tahiti field, Gulf of Mexico. Tahiti is located in the deepwater US Gulf of Mexico, approximately 190 miles (306km) south of New Orleans. It lies in Green Canyon blocks 596, 597, 640 and 641, in a water depth of approximately 4,200ft (1,280m). The field is operated by Chevron, which owns a 58% working interest, on behalf of Statoil (25%) and Total(17%).
|Date:||24 October 2011|
|Classification:||Kingdom Animalia > Phylum Chordata (Chordates) > Class Holocephali > Order Chimaeriformes > Family Rhinochimaeridae|
|Site:||Atlantic > Gulf of Mexico > Gulf of Mexico|
|Latitude:||27 deg 10' 00" N|
|Longitude:||89 deg 55' 00" W|
|Countries:||USA > USA: Gulf of Mexico|
|Project Partners:||2H, Chevron|
|Deposited By:||Dr Daniel Jones|
|Deposited On:||09 November 2011|
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