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Press Release 09-084
Seaglider Monitors Climate-related Ocean Circulation in the Arctic During Record-Breaking Journey Under Ice

Autonomous vehicle developed by the University of Washington is an element of Arctic Observing Network, an International Polar Year research priority

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Photo of a seaglider prepared for deployment by Avery Snyder and Adam Huxtable.

A seaglider is prepared for deployment in Davis Strait by Avery Snyder and Adam Huxtable, field engineers with the University of Washington's Applied Physics Laboratory.

Credit: Applied Physics Laboratory / University of Washington


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View a video of the seaglider deployed off Greenland which contains an animation of how the glider works and an interview with Craig Lee, the principal investigator at the University of Washington.

Credit: National Science Foundation/University of Washington

 



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