Bob Zook is an engineer with Coastal Conservation and Research, Inc. Mr. Zook first worked as a logistics support contractor in Antarctica in 1997, but now works in Antarctic research. Mr. Zook is the chief engineer that designed and developed the remotely operated vehicle (ROV) called SCINI (Submersible Capable of Under Ice Navigation and Imaging). The SCINI ROV will be used in 2010 on the IceAged project. He is also working with the ANDRILL (http://www.andrill.org/) project in Antarctica to develop an ROV that can dive deeper.

Name: Bob Zook
Occupation: Researcher
Organization: Moss Landing Marine Labs
Location:

Moss Landing, CA
United States

Expeditions:
Antarctic Seafloor Ecology, Antarctic Undersea ROV 09