A New Way To `See' Under The Sea

Taking measurements in the deep sea is increasingly important for climate research, pollution monitoring, and a better understanding of the oceans. But voyages to obtain such data are time-consuming and costly. Now, researchers at Battelle Marine Sciences Laboratory in Sequim, Wash., and Ocean Sensors Inc. in San Diego have developed a relatively inexpensive "smart" seafaring sensor.

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