New ROV gets new look at life in deep Antarctica Ocean

A small ROV is the newest icy tool is being used to survey the bottom of the ocean. It can go deeper than divers can go and even float 100 meters off the bottom to study the marine invertebrate life in the deep ocean of Antarctica. Paul Dayton marine ecologist from Scripts Institute Oceanography in LaJolla, California led this study.
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Courtesy of TheScientist.com


Video of the new ROV courtesy of Stacey Kim
http://www.the-scientist.com/2009/1/1/22/100/

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