One of the amazing tools that is on the Tangaroa is a multibeam sonar scanner that maps the contours of the sea bed as the ship travels along. It sends high pitch sound waves downwards in a fan shape and calculates the shape of the sea floor from the complex acoustic reflections.
You can see that Clark Volcano has two cones. The one to the north - east (top left) is relatively simple and is most likely much younger than the south - eastern one (bottom right of image).
There are several interesting surface features such as fault lines where the south – eastern cone has rifted apart, possible lava flows and a large rockslide. The next operation is to send a camera down to have a close up look for any hydrothermal activity.