10,000 P Cs Under The Sea?

Charles Darwin was content to use a pen and paper to record his field data. But soon, marine biologists may count fish, check maps, and diagnose equipment flaws with an underwater personal computer. The WetPC was originally developed by Bruce W. Macdonald, a marine technologist at the Australian Institute of Marine Science in Townsville, Queensland, to survey the Great Barrier Reef.

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