Figure 24. Traivailleur bottle invented by Lieutenants Ernest Richard and Jean de Villegente of the French navy while on the TRAVAILLEUR expedition of 1881. This type of bottle was able to collect water at many depths for analysis of dissolved gases. The iron brace is missing in this example.
Photo Category: Oceanography - Historical instruments
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