MIT researchers have demonstrated the first system for ultra-low-power underwater networking and communication, which can transmit signals across kilometer-scale distances.
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Saildrone, a world leader in uncrewed surface vehicles and autonomous ocean data collection, together with RPS, a leading provider of protected species monitoring and mitigation compliance services, announced today the completion of the first phase of a project to create a monitoring network to detect, classify, and localize marine mammals.
Seafields—a carbon removal company based in the UK—has shared details of the world’s first seaweed biomass sinking trials for carbon removal to test the impact on the surrounding environment. This is the world’s first sinking test of its kind, and the first test to assess environmental impact.
On September 1, Ocean Exploration Trust and partners will set sail from Honolulu aboard E/V Nautilus for a 28-day-long expedition to explore unseen deep-sea habitats of Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument (PMNM), focusing on the northwestern extent of the Monument, over 1,000 miles north of Honolulu.