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Episode credited cast:
Andy Bowen ...
Himself - Woods Hole Oceanographic Inst. (as Andrew Bowen)
Dudley Foster ...
Himself - Woods Hole Oceanographic Inst.
Corey Johnson ...
Himself - Narrator
Andrew Lambert ...
Himself - Prof., King's College London
Marcia McNutt ...
Herself - Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Inst.
Jacques Piccard ...
Himself - Trieste Pilot (archive footage)
Terry Plank ...
Herself - Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Walter Smith ...
Himself - Geophysicist, NOAA (as Dr. Walther H.F. Smith)
Bob Stern ...
Himself - Geoscientist, University of Texas (as Dr. Robert 'Bob' Stern)
Don Walsh ...
Himself - Trieste Pilot
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The discovery of the Marianas trench was one of the first puzzle pieces that lead to the understanding of the most massive process that shapes the geology of the Earth; plate tectonics and the creation of new crust in the mid-ocean ridges and its subduction under the continents. Written by David Foss

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17 February 2009 (USA)  »

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