Down to the Sea for Science—Science Features

When things went wrong in the early days of developing moored-instrument technology, the only return might be a wuzzle, like this one being retrieved by Jim Gifford, left, and Bob Heinmiller in the late 1960s.

When things went wrong in the early days of developing moored-instrument technology, the only return might be a “wuzzle,” like this one being retrieved by Jim Gifford, left, and Bob Heinmiller in the late 1960s. However, the persistence of the WHOI Buoy Group paid off. (Photo courtesy WHOI Buoy Project)

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